Denis Devlin, president, Sassafras
Software, Box 150, Hanover, N.H.
Finished Gin will be available at the distillery beginning this Saturday, July 1st.
glabratus moves outside the range of redbay and swampbay, LWD has caused extensive sassafras
mortality (Fraedrich et al.
The wood, which continues to be used in furniture, was often used in flooring and bedsteads because people believed the sassafras
fragrance would drive away bedbugs and other pesky insects.
Also known as New Jersey Tea, the roots of this plant are a rich blood red and even taste a bit like sassafras
. Red root is most useful for throat swellings such as tonsillitis, pharyngitis, and sore throat, but it should also be part of any formula for fibrocystic breasts (in addition to quitting all caffeine, including chocolate).
The uses of herbs such as fresh mint and sassafras
teas and recipes for different biscuits and corn breads, home greens, sweet potato pie, and "soul" ice cream could all be easily used at camp.
In 16th-century England, beers were often made with flavoring agents other than hops, such as sassafras
Springs Vineyard in Springdale, owned by Gene Long and his wife, Cheryl, has been open since April 1, but it finally received its wine manufacturing permit from the state in May, though it isn't likely to start producing until the end of the year, Long said.
Paddlers can choose from high-performance touring kayaks from the Shearwater line, or recreational types like Wood Ducks and ultralight Sassafras
In Heart of the Home ("Hearty Home Remedies" on Page 56 of the March/ April issue), the third story made mention of drinking sassafras
tea as a spring tonic.
Known hosts include, but are not limited to redbay (Persea borbonia (L.) Spreng.), avocado (Persea americana Mill.), sassafras
albidum (Nutt.) Nees), camphor (Cinnamomum camphora (L.) J.
Lester Piggott brought the 2-5 favourite from a long way (probably too far) behind to head Sassafras
well inside the final furlong, but the French colt fought back and prevailed by a head, with Miss Dan third.