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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesculus_glabra

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 can also be dried, turning dark as they ...

www.doityourself.com/stry/information-about-buckeye-nuts

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 ...

www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2015/01/what_exactly_is_a_buckeye_and.html

Jan 12, 2015 ... According to The Ohio State University's athletics department website, a buckeye is "a small, shiny, dark brown nut with a light tan patch that ...

www.luckymojo.com/buckeyes.html

When i lived in Missouri, back in the 1970s, i met several boys and men who told me that they kept buckeye nuts in their pockets as a "lucky piece." The "doctrine ...

www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-use-buckeye-for-health

Health benefits from buckeye stretch back to ancient European medicine, and the claim is that keeping a buckeye nut in a clothes pocket cures arthritis. Buckeye ...

www.extension.umn.edu/garden/yard-garden/trees-shrubs/chestnuts-horse-chestnuts-and-ohio-buckeyes

These are arranged in pairs, opposite from each other, except for a larger single one at the ends of the twigs. Remember: Ohio buckeye nuts are not edible.

people.howstuffworks.com/why-is-buckeye-seed-in-pocket-good-luck.htm

It's good luck to keep a buckeye nut in your pocket. Find out why at HowStuffWorks.

sciencing.com/uses-buckeye-trees-5465217.html

Apr 24, 2017 ... It has been used as a medicine and, despite being poison, Native Americans ate the nut of the tree after careful preparation. The buckeye is ...

sciencing.com/difference-buckeye-nut-horse-chestnut-5523161.html

Apr 24, 2017 ... Buckeye nuts and "conkers," the nuts from horse chestnut trees, are remarkably similar. This is because both trees, the American buckeye and ...