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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of apetalous trees, of the order Euphorbiaceæ and tribe Phyllantheæ. It is characterized by usually whorled entire leaves, and apetalous diœcious flowers, the numerous nearly sessile anthers large, erect, and densely crowded. The two species are natives of South Africa. They are small trees with very numerous rigid branches and coriaceous leaves. They bear axillary flowers, the pistillate solitary, the staminate forming dense cymes. T. Capense, the Hyænanche globosa of many authors, is the hyena-poison or wolveboon of the Cape of Good Hope, where its poisonous fruit is powdered and sprinkled upon raw meat for the purpose of killing noxious animals.
- n. in some classifications: comprising those members of the genus Rhus having foliage that is poisonous to the touch; of North America and northern South America
“‘Wabie,’ a toxicodendron from the Somali country on the”
“In February 1853, Dr. Arnott had forwarded to him a watery extract prepared from the root of a tree, described as 'Wabie,' a toxicodendron from the Somali country on the Habr Gerhajis range of the Goolies mountains.”
“The researchers found a surprisingly high percentage of patients (42 percent) whose symptoms indicated a need for this medicine, Rhus toxicodendron (Rhus tox).”
“Sumac berries are from the plant Rhus glabra, not to be confused with Rhus toxicodendron, a poisonous plant.”
“For his part, Cassell says he has become both older and wiser when it comes to toxicodendron.”
“I've written abook chapter on toxicodendron and emergency medicine," says Dr. StevenStephanides, an ER doc and peer reviewer for the Wilderness Medical Society'sjournal.”
“Some 60 differentspecies of poisonous plants, or toxicodendron, pose a risk in North America.”
“Single remedy Rhus toxicodendron in the 6C potency for fibromyalgia, painful benign tumors in the connective tissues of the muscles and joints, in patients whose symptoms match the remedy.”
“Grapes, the climbing, poisonous Sumach, (_Rhus toxicodendron, _) and the vine-like Cinque-foil, which transforms withered, naked trunks into green columns, Bignonias, with their brilliant scarlet trumpet-flowers, are the most remarkable.”
“= Rhus toxicodendron = is the poison oak or poison ivy.”
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