stinkwood


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stinkwood

see zieriaarborescens.
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Black tupelo, water tupelo, gum, sour gum, bowl gum, pepperidge, stinkwood, wild peadree and yellow gum tree.
The men of Cameroon drank a tea made from the bark of the wotango tree (the red stinkwood, Prunus Africana) to relieve an enlarged prostate gland.
But these are small flaws in writing that is as richly knotted with sympathy and insight as the stinkwood table that sits so commandingly in the center of the set.
africana trees, which are commonly known as the African cherry tree or the red stinkwood, in Cameroon, Kenya, Madagascar, Uganda and Zaire.