Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Lindera (Laurus) Benzoin, or Benzoin odoriferum, of the United States, a lauraceous shrub with an agreeable aromatic odor, employed as a remedy for intermittent fevers and other complaints. Also called benjamin-bush, spice-bush, spicewood, wild allspice, etc.
- n. The winter-berry, Ilex verticillala, the bark of which is used as a febrifuge, etc.
“Boxberry, fever-bush, sweet fern, and horseradish make a good and healthy diet-drink.”
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