Ephedra nevadensis Health effects and herbal facts
Ephedra nevadensis is a species of Ephedra native to dry areas of western North America. Its range extends west to California and Oregon, east to Texas, and south to Baja California, including areas of the Great Basin, Colorado plateau and desert Southwest. It is found in rocky and sandy soils, generally in areas without trees. More than other North American Ephedra species, it is a significant forage plant. It is grazed upon by mule deer, pronghorn, and Desert Bighorn Sheep as well as domestic sheep.
Economic importance of Ephedra nevadensis
- NORTHERN AMERICA
- Northwestern U.S.A.: United States - Oregon
- Southwestern U.S.A.: United States - Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah
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