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Centipeda cunninghamii is commonly known as Old man weed, being the
literal translation of its Koori name Gukwonderuk. It is a plant
known to indigenous Australians for its medicinal properties, and
grows along the Murray river, or generally anywhere there is water,
especially low lying or swampy areas. It can be identified by its
unique shaped leaf, and its pungent scent, which is pine like and
minty. The names Common Sneezeweed and Scent Weed, which were given
by European settlers, are increasingly falling out of use.
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