Gredelnar (S. "Cumnaeg", Q. "Cumbunaica") was a poisonous, glossy white flower, growing close to the ground in large patches at high mountain elevations.It bloomed from late spring until well after harvest time. It could be readily distinguished by its scent, which vaguely reminded one of green apples.The touch of grelelnar caused a rash and prolonged discomfort, while ingestion of its pollen could lead to severe illness. Ingestion attacked the system as strong venom, with the victim suffering in all actions for I-10 days as he coped with cramps and diarrhea. A variety of special herbs could rid the body of this toxin, but they varied from region to region, and specialized healers knew best how to deal with this plant.