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Bitterwood
Bitterwood Bit"ter*wood`, n. A West Indian tree (Picr[ae]na excelsa) from the wood of which the bitter drug Jamaica quassia is obtained.

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- Bitter wood is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Picrasma excelsa, native to the Caribbean Simarouba glauca, native to Florida, the Caribbean...
- stomachic effects include: Agrimony Aloe Anise Avens (Geum urbanum) Barberry Bitterwood (Picrasmaa excelsa) Cannabis Cayenne Centaurium Cleome Colombo (herb)...
- and the Caribbean. Common names include paradise-tree, dysentery-bark, bitterwood and Lakshmi Taru. Its seeds produce an edible oil. The tree is well suited...
- (qu****ia family) Simarouba: simarouba trees Simarouba glauca paradise tree; bitterwood Simaroubaceae (qu****ia family) Solanaceae: nightshade family Nicotiana:...
- "very well written." The blog Guilded Earlobe gave Maxey's audiobook Bitterwood an A- rating. Bull Spec Magazine wrote, "James Maxey's Dragon Apocalypse...
- 0.08 ppm and it is 50 times more bitter than quinine. Extracts of the bitterwood tree (Qu****ia amara) containing qu****in are used as additives in soft...
- "Jambolan". Purdue University. 2006. Bowerbank, "The Commercial Qu****ia, or Bitterwood", The Technologist, II (1862), 251 Damascene, damasin, damsin & damson...
- officinalis, Q. amargo, Simaroube officinale Amargo, Bitter ash, Bitterholz, Bitterwood, Bois amer, Bois de qu****ia, Crucete, Qu****ia, Cu****ia, Fliegenholz, Guabo...
- Picrasma qu****ioides (picrasma; Chinese: 苦樹 ku shu, ****anese: ニガキ nigaki "bitterwood"; also India qu****ia, qu****ia wood, shurni, qu****ia-wood, or qu****iawood;...
- award for 2009. Notable books published by Tartarus Press include The Bitterwood Bible by Angela Slatter which won the World Fantasy Award for best Collection...
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