Also called Indian tobacco
, this blue-flowered plant was smoked for croup and asthma.
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There is Indian tobacco
and there is white man's tobacco.
In addition, the State of California recently funded the California Asian Indian Tobacco
Survey at UCLA which is consulting with SAN to implement the research.
it would serve them in their ragouts and gravies instead of the truffles morella." Two weeks later Lewis smoked Indian tobacco
(Nicotiana quadrivalvis) with the Arikara Indians, noting that "it does not affect the nerves in the same manner that the tobacco cultivated in the U'S dose." Lewis sent Jefferson a sample, apparently with future commerce in mind.
A museum spokesman said the Compton Drive venue would feature a wide variety of treasures ranging from a Sioux Indian tobacco
pouch, an ancient Roman necklace to a Flapper's handbag from the 1920s.
The [sup.210]Po in Indian tobacco
averaged 0.09 psi per gram, whereas the [sup.210]Po in tobacco grown in the United States averaged 0.516 psi per gram--about 5 1/2 times as much radioactivity.
Intervention study for primary prevention of oral cancer among 36,000 Indian tobacco
Studies on occupational health problems during agricultural operation of Indian tobacco
After her death he began to cultivate Indian tobacco
and succeeded in producing a variety that was "pleasant, sweet, and strong." The sale of tobacco brought prosperity to Virginia and insured the permanency of the settlement there.
The two countries signed the protocol for exports of Indian tobacco
leaves to China last week.