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Skunk berry or skunk currant Open Access
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Wild berries - Northern Canada
Wild berries - Arctic Regions
Country food - Northern Canada
Traditional Medicine - Northern Canada.
Traditional food - Northern Canada
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A member of the gooseberry family, skunkberries or skunk currants are found across nothern Canada. This edible berry has a strong odor and bristly.
Skunkberries can be used to make jelly and were used as a traditional medicine by Indigenous people.
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