Sandmat: Sandmat or Yerba Golondrina, Chamaeayce polycarpa (Euphorbiaceae) was used to make a poultice for rattlesnake bites.
Currant: Both white flowering currant, Ribes indecorum and chaparral currant, R.malvaceum (Grossulariaceae) were used for toothaches.
Poppy:The Ca. poppy flowers, Eschscholzia californica ( Papaveraceae) were chewed with chewing gum which was originally made from the woolypod milkweed, Asclepias eriocarpa (Asclepiadaceae) (pa'atamkat) sap.
Soap Plant: The soap plant or amole, Chlorogalum pomeridianum (Liliaceae) was a common lily that has a bulb that produced saponin that served as an excellent soap or shampoo. This bulb also can be chopped up and thrown into ponds or streams to stupefy fish; and the neurotoxin does not harm the flesh of the fish. The hairs surrounding the underground bulb were also used to make a variety of brushes.
Goosefoot:The Ca. goosefoot's, Chenopodium californicum (Chenopodiaceae) roots were ground up to produce a soap.