The copperleaf plant is a member of the family Claviceps.
The family was first discovered in the 1980s, and is now considered the only member of this group that has been documented.
It is a very common member of a family of genus known as the claviceps, and has been used as a medicinally beneficial herb for centuries.
It can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, from arthritis and arthritis related to inflammation of the joints to psoriasis and other skin problems.
In the past, copperleaf plants were used as food, but with the advent of chemical treatments, these plants are no longer available to humans.
However, there are many medicinal uses for copperleafs.
Some medicinal uses include: Pain relief for burns, rheumatism, and arthritis.