Definition of Cascarilla bark
1. Noun. Aromatic bark of cascarilla; used as a tonic and for making incense.
Group relationships: Cascarilla, Croton Eluteria
Generic synonyms: Bark
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Literary usage of Cascarilla bark
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1. Pharmacographia; a History of the Principal Drugs of Vegetable Origin, Met by Friedrich August Flückiger, Daniel Hanbury (1879)
"... that it was first seen in the great fair of Brunswick.1 Another early statement concerning cascarilla bark likewise refers to the duchy of Brunswick. ..."
2. Flora Medica; a Botanical Account of All the More Important Plants Used in by John Lindley (1838)
"The evidence therefore that cascarilla bark is furnished by C. Cascarilla Linn, is reduced to the single testimony of Catesby. Opposed to this we have the ..."
3. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1863)
"Dr. Wood, of America, and the late Dr. Pereira were both of opinion that the ordinary cascarilla bark of the shops may have been procured from this plant, ..."
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