|Locale||Temperate grasslands on riverbanks|
Teregrun is an extract from the pulp of a fruit from a shubbery which grows along riverbanks and streams in temperate grasslands. This bush is fairly hardy and has been successfully transplanted to other regions and private gardens. It is resistant to parasite and disease.
When the creamy white inner flesh of the teregrun fruit is beaten into a pulp and allowed to ferment (a process which takes about 3 weeks), a useful fluid forms. The pulp must then be squeezed to extract the teregrun fluid. This fluid has strong pain-killing and antibiotic properties. It neutralizes all pain when applied to a wound and prevents infection. It can also help fight some diseases.
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