The tree species Aesculus glabra is commonly known as Ohio buckeye,
American buckeye, ... Native Americans would blanch buckeye nuts, extracting
the tannic acid for use in making leather. The nuts c...
The buckeye nut can only be eaten if it is removed from the shell and roasted.
The nut cannot be consumed raw, since it contains tannic acid and other ...
Buckeye nuts, the fruit of the buckeye tree, are a staple in the American Midwest.
They're popular with children, some people use them as lucky charms, and they ...
Buckeye seeds mature into glossy brown nuts, bitter to the taste. Health benefits
from buckeye stretch back to ancient European medicine, and the claim is that ...
Buckeye. Buckeyes are distinctive trees, known for their early spring flowers and
for the seeds that have inspired the name of this unique family of trees.
May 15, 2015 ... WOOSTER, Ohio — Spring's a great time for Buckeye nuts to plant their own
source of buckeye nuts. Experts at The Ohio State University say ...
Jun 25, 2015 ... Buckeyes are the nuts that grow on the buckeye tree. The Ohio buckeye tree
stands out among the other varieties of the tree such as the ...
Feb 15, 2013 ... Buckeyes aren't pretty. They don't need to be. A buckeye does its best work if it's
inside your pocket. If you carry a buckeye in your pocket, it'll ...
Jan 3, 2012 ... The nuts are poisonous.□ They are considered a good-luck charm.□ Ohio is
called the "Buckeye State," and the nut is the Ohio State ...
Ohio Buckeye or Horse Chestnut (Aesculus glabra Willd.) ... Sprouts, leaves, and
nuts of the plant are reported to have caused illness or death in cattle, sheep, ...