At first I mistook this wildflower for Columbine, but upon further scrutiny discovered it was the herb, Lion's Foot. Found the following herbal description in the net:
"A decoction of the root is used to treat canker sores, diarrhea and dysentery. In the past, drinking the milky juice was believed to be useful for snakebite. A poultice of the leaves can be used as first aid for snake, dog, and insect bites. Native Americans put powdered root in food to stimulate milk flow after childbirth."
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