|Locale||Shallow Ocean Water|
A thick clustering variety of brown seaweed. Short thin tendrils. Difficult and dangerous to harvest. Nasty critters tend to hang around it. Has a medicinal property. Grows out in deep sea only.
Troth seaweed has strong medicinal properties. If gathered and dried, certain seeds within the fronds can be cooked, ground up into a fine brown powder. This powder cures a number of ailments, eases pain, eases stomach problems and stops bleeding.
A number of dangerous predators tend to hunt around troth clusters because smaller fish feed on them. Harvesting troth seaweed is a lucrative, but very dangerous occupation.
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