Szechuan buttons are also known as electric daisies, or toothache plant. They come from Brazil and are perennial in warmer climates, but die off in frost or very cold conditions. They are used as a medicinal remedy in various parts of the world, and have culinary uses too – among which is the very fun factor of the flower sending an electric tingling feeling through your mouth before gently numbing it!
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