The bark of this 18 to 25 foot tree has been used in it’s native Europe, Western and Northern Asia and naturalized parts of the eastern United States as a die for fabrics as well it’s effects on peristalsis.* In all cases of it’s use internally it has been used as a dried bark as it has purgative properties if used fresh. The seeds contained in a dark colored berry…


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