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" the flowers, gathered when fully expanded, and carefully dried, give a most agreeable substitute for tea, which for some time has been an article of exportation to China, where it fetches a high price. "
Flora Americae Septentrionalis, Or, A Systematic Arrangement and Description ... - Sivu 539
tekijä(t) Frederick Pursh - 1814 - 751 sivua
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American Medical Botany: Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants ...

Jacob Bigelow - 1817 - 4 sivua
...the United States as an agreeable substitute for tea. He further states. that it has for some time been an article of exportation to China, where it fetches a high price. BOTANICAL REFERENCES. Solidago odora, AITON, Hart. Kew. iii. 214. — PIJRSH, ii. 539. — Virga Aurea...

An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America ..., Nide 3

Hugh Murray - 1839
...goldenrods, is said to be occasionally used as a kind of tea. Pursh even states that " the flowers, gathered when fully expanded, and carefully dried,...exportation to China, where it fetches a high price." We fear this Canadian beverage has ceased to please the Chinese palate. A curious fact is mentioned...

Herbal Medicine Past and Present: A reference guide to medicinal plants

J. K. Crellin, Jane Philpott, A. L. Tommie Bass - 1990 - 560 sivua
...(1817-22. vol. 1. pt. 2. p. 189). 5. Bigelow (1822. p. 346). Pursh (1814. p. 539) wrote: "The flowers, gathered when fully expanded, and carefully dried,...exportation to China, where it fetches a high price." Later, L. )ohnson stated succinctly. "other species of Solidago have been employed medicinally, but...
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A Year in Thoreau's Journal: 1851

Henry David Thoreau - 1993 - 339 sivua
...that Pursh states that the sweetscented Golden Rod Solidago odora "has for some time (ie before 1817] been an article of exportation to China, where it fetches a high price." And yet it is known to very few New Englanders. "No botanist, says B. even if in danger of starving...
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Thoreau's Garden: Native Plants for the American Landscape

H. Peter Loewer - 1996 - 242 sivua
...states that the sweet-scented goldenrod (Solidago odora) "has for some time [ie, since before 1817] been an article of exportation to China, where it fetches a high price. " And yet is known to very few NewEnglanders. —May 29, 1 851 I find the Solidago odora out by the...
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Florida Ethnobotany

Daniel F. Austin - 2004 - 952 sivua
...everyone was as negative about the tea from S. odora, and Frederick Pursh wrote in 1807, "The flowers, gathered when fully expanded, and carefully dried,...exportation to China, where it fetches a high price." Rafinesque (1828-1830) also regarded the tea as highly as Pursh. He wrote: "This [species is] easily...
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