Quassia amara

Quassia amara

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Caption: Quassia amara. Whole shrub in flower. Quassia is widely grown for it's heartwood, known as bitterwood or quassia, which is used as a febrifuge to lower fever. It is also used by many tribes in South America to kill parasites and to treat snakebites. It is used in herbal medicine in Europe and North America mainly to treat digestive problems.

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