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Sassafras is a genus of three extant and one extinct species of deciduous trees in the family Lauraceae, native to eastern North America and eastern Asia.

Sassafras Uses, Benefits & Dosage - Drugs.com Herbal Database


Learn about the potential benefits of Sassafras including contraindications, adverse reactions, toxicology, pharmacology and historical usage.



Sassafras is very common in Virginia, and it can be a shrub or a tree. As a tree, it can grow up to 60 feet. Sassafras has three differently shaped leaves: ...

A Modern Herbal | Sassafras - Botanical.com


Information and description on Sassafras officinale.

Sassafras albidum - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden


Sassafras is a Missouri native, ornamental, small to medium-sized deciduous tree which occurs in wood margins, fence rows, fields, thickets and roadsides.

Plant Guide - the PLANTS Database - US Department of Agriculture


Common sassafras, ague tree. Uses. Ethnobotanic: All parts of the sassafras plant are spicy and aromatic. The roots, bark, leaves, new shoots, and pith from the ...

Sassafras: Root Beer Rat Killer | Eat The Weeds and other things, too


Bet your sweet sassafras! If you're on the young side ask anyone not on the young side: Root beer used to taste a lot better, a whole lot better. Why? Because it ...

Sassafras albidum (Nutt


Sassafras (Sassafras albidum), sometimes called white sassafras, is a medium- sized, moderately fast growing, aromatic tree with three distinctive leaf shapes: ...

Sassafras Software: Software Asset Management - K2


Spend Less on Software with Sassafras K2. Software Asset Management & Cost Reduction. See how easily you can optimize software licensing with K2 ...

Sassafras Uses in Herbal Medicine and Cooking - Organic ...


Sassafras Uses in Herbal Medicine and Cooking. The leaves, roots, and bark of this versatile plant have all been used throughout the years, as a medicinal herb  ...

an American tree, Sassafras albidum, of the laurel family, having egg-shaped leaves and long clusters of greenish-yellow flowers.
the aromatic bark of its root, used medicinally and especially for flavoring beverages, confectionery, etc.
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