What are some of the adaptations of a Labrador tea plant?

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The Labrador tea plant has a couple of adaptations that help it to thrive in its environment. The leaves are fuzzy on the under side. This helps it to keep water and hold on to it for when it is needed. The plants also has brown hair like fibers, these are sponge like and also help it to grab water and soak it up.
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It is the white fuzz underneath the leaves that help it retain moisture.
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Ledum columbianum.
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Labrador tea is a plant. The leaves and flowering shoots are used to make medicine.
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There is no clinical evidence to support specific dosage recommendations for Labrador tea. However, concentrations should not be too high. Recorded recommendations are 1 teaspoonful
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