Thindolluin was a wildflower of the composite family native to temperate tallgrass plains and steppes which resembled the daisy. When properly refined, sindoluin flowers contained an anticoagulant drug used to treat heart disease, stroke, and related illnesses, and was also a medium antidote for blood-clotting poisons. Thindolluin was prepared by boiling the golden flowers in water, then straining the extract.If used improperly, sindoluin could cause a patient to bleed to death.

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