oak bark

oak bark

(ōk bark)
The external layer of woody plants of the genus Quercus, sometimes used by alternative medicine practitioners as an anti-inflammatory and antidiarrheal.
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So the beautiful woman led the way; and the four maidens (one of them had sea-green hair, another a bodice of oak bark, a third sprinkled a shower of water drops from her fingers' ends, and the fourth had some other oddity, which I have forgotten), all these followed behind, and hurried the guests along, until they entered a magnificent saloon.
This face wash set from Elemis is great for deep cleansing and contains extracts of spearmint, peppermint and oak bark to leave the complexion refreshed.
Cork oak bark can be harvested up to 20 times during its lifetime and is extremely resistant to heat, sound, and wear, making it an ideal green building material.
Water from the Severn and oak bark from the Wyre Forest helped Bewdley develop a reputation for tanning leather as early as the 15th century.
Herbs that shrink tissue such as Oak bark or Thuja will help, but you will need to see a herbalist to get these prescribed.
Miriam Nielsen, Edmonds, Washington, says generic herbal supplements of white oak bark work great for her.
Red oak bark is the worst because it gets very slippery when wet.
Bodgers - or woodturners - will rub shoulders with basket makers, horse loggers, yurt dwellers, willow weavers, oak bark peelers, hurdle makers and charcoal burners.
It will feature over 100 exhibitors, from woodturners, basket makers, horse loggers and yurt dwellers to willow weavers, oak bark peelers, hurdle makers and charcoal burners.
New Shadow Grass: New Shadow Grass includes a red oak bark base, overlaid by subtly molted Bottomland pattern and carefully selected elements for enhanced contrast and realism.
I put my husband on red clover blossom capsules, slippery elm bark, white oak bark, some Echinacea and other herbs.