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Sambucus - Wikipedia

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Scientific classification. Kingdom: Plantae. (unranked):, Angiosperms. (unranked ):, Eudicots. (unranked):, Asterids. Order: Dipsacales. Family: Adoxaceae. Genus: Sambucus L. Species. See text. Sambu...

Elderflowers, Elderberries (Sambucus nigra) - History and Uses ...

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Elderflowers and Elderberries (Sambucus nigra) - their history and uses for food and ... This well-loved, bushy tree is a common sight all over Britain (especially ... Old names like Holler, Hylder, Hyllantree, and the German word Holunder all ... Once upon a time, the Elder-tree was considered sacred to this Goddess, and the  ...

Sambucus, Etymology and Ethnobotany - Sanskrit Puns - Tripod

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... the elder tree, Sambucus, derives from Latin name sambuca and Greek sambuke, .... Now we come to the crux of this essay, etymology of the word Sambucus, ...

Elder Tree Folklore Part 1 | Elderberry Facts Article - Norm's Farms

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Jul 11, 2014 ... Some argue that it comes from the Greek word sambuke, an ancient instrument made from elder wood. Others believe that Sambucus comes ...

Sambucus nigra (elder) | Plants & Fungi At Kew

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Scientific name: ... Elder is a shrub or smallish tree with flat-topped clusters of tiny , white, ... Sambucus nigra flowers in May to July and produces fruits between ... and are therefore amenable to long-term frozen storage such as at the MSB.

Elderberry Benefits & Information (Sambucus Nigra) - Herbwisdom

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Elderberry juice was used to treat a flu epidemic in Panama in 1995. Elderberries (Sambucus) have been a folk remedy for centuries in North America, Europe, ...

A Modern Herbal | Elder - Botanical.com

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Elder. Botanical: Sambucus nigra (LINN.) Family: N.O. Caprifoliaceae ... The word 'Elder' comes from the Anglo-Saxon word aeld. In Anglo-Saxon days we find the tree called Eldrun, which becomes Hyldor and Hyllantree in the fourteenth ...

Elder (Sambucus nigra) - British trees - Woodland Trust

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Find out how to identify this common tree, its uses and its associations with British ... fact: it is thought the name elder comes the Anglo-saxon 'aeld', meaning fire, ...

Elderberry Bush: Grow, Cook, Heal with Elder - Cooking Methods ...

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The entire elder plant—flowers, bark, berries and leaves—has sustained ... The genus name Sambucus is derived from the Latin word sambuca, the name of a ...

Elderberry | Definition of Elderberry by Merriam-Webster

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Define elderberry: a black or red berry that comes from a type of bush or tree ... See words that rhyme with elderberry Spanish Central: Translation of ... The month of December comes from a Latin word that referred to which month of the year?