Sassafras oil has also been used as a natural insect or pest deterrent, and in
cordials (such as the opium-based ...
NOTICE - Safrole and Sassafras Oil are used in the Illicit Manufacture of MDMA.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is issuing this notice to inform ...
There are two important sassafras oils of commerce: Brazilian sassafras oil,
obtained from the trunkwood of Ocotea pretiosa, and Chinese sassafras oil from ...
Sassafras oil comes from the root bark of the sassafras tree. Sassafras oil
overdose occurs when someone swallows more than the normal or
The pleasant-tasting oil of sassafras comes from the roots and the root bark. The
main constituent of the oil is safrole. Sassafras oil and safrole have been ...
Mar 9, 2009 ... "Sassafras oil processing plants are usually located besides streams to provide
water for boiling and cooling the distilled oil," says David ...
The production of sassafras oil, which is used to make the recreational drug
ecstasy, in southwest Cambodia, is destroying trees, the livelihoods of local ...
Some people apply sassafras directly to the skin to treat skin problems, achy
joints (rheumatism), swollen eyes, sprains, and insect bites or stings. Sassafras
At one time, the United States was the only country to produce sassafras
essential oil where it was used to flavour drinks such as root beer. Medicinal teas
– one ...
The volatile oil of sassafras, which contains safrole, was also used to combat
assorted ailments, the usual dosage being from one to five drops in boiled water.