Sunscreen

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Many tribal cultures used various forms of balm, lotions or salve to protect their skin from strong rays of the sun, a startling innovation for many Europeans. The Zuni used the western wallflower (Erysimum capitatum) as a sunscreen or sunburn treatment by mixing the ground plant with water and applying it to the skin. Southwest…
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