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Turkey rhubarb is a plant, Rheum palmatum of the family Polygonaceae, also known as Chinese rhubarb and East Indian rhubarb. Closely related to the garden Rhubarb, Rheum rhaponticum, it has a similar purgative effect upon the human body.
Additional recommended knowledge
Turkey rhubarb is cited in the Yorkshire Fed. of Women's Institutes cookbook Through Yorkshire's kitchen door (31st ed. 3rd impression June 1958) (page 192) as part of a cure for indigestion: full recipe half oz. turkey rhubarb, half oz ground ginger, half oz bicarb. of soda, one oz magnesia: mix well together, dose half teaspoonful in a little water before each meal.
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