An edible oil is obtained from the seed.The roasted shells, after the starch has been removed, or the roasted seeds, can be used in preparing a coffee-like beverage.
Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Helianthus lenticularis.
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The young growth is extremely attractive to slugs, plants can be totally destroyed by them[K]. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer or rabbits.Probably no more than the wild form of the cultivated sunflower, H. annuus, it is treated as a sub-species of that by many botanists.
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