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fever tree

n.
Any of several trees having leaves or bark used to allay fever or sometimes thought to cause fever, especially Pinckneya bracteata of the southeast United States, Acacia xanthophloea of southern Africa, certain species of eucalyptus, or cinchona.

eucalyptus

Herbal medicine
An evergreen, the volatile oil of which contains eucalyptol and cineole, pinenes, sesquiterpene alcohols and others. It is antiseptic and expectorant, and is commonly used as a steam inhalant for asthma and respiratory infections and to soothe oral mucosae, and used topically for dry skin and dandruff.

fever tree

albiziatanganyicensis or A. versicolor.
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Newer brands like Fever Tree and Q Tonic are made with cane sugar and all natural ingredients, which helps elevate the gin or vodka mixing experience.
At Jaleo in Las Vegas, for instance, Gin and Tonic varieties include Jose's (Hendrick's, Fever Tree tonic, lime, lemon, juniper and Kaffir lime); the Citrico (Oxley gin, Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic, grapefruit, lemon, coriander and mint); Hierba (Aviation American gin, Jack Rudy tonic, orange, lime, rosemary and pink peppercorn); and Tierra (Ford's Gin, house-made tonic, orange, lemon, kaffir and cardamom).
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On the side was a small bottle of Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic for mixing to taste.
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