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birch tar

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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Birch, Common - Herb Profile and Information
... leather are not liable to become mouldy. The production of Birch Tar oil is a Russian industry of considerable importance. It is ... an empyreumatic oil, known variously in commerce as oil of Birch Tar, Oleum Rusci, Oleum Betulinum or Dagget. This is a thick, bituminous ... (Oleum Rusci Rectificatum) is sometimes substituted for oil of Cade. Birch Tar oil is almost identical with Wintergreen oil. It is not ...
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Betula lenta L.
... lenta L. Index | Search | Home Betula lenta L. Betulaceae Cherry birch, Sweet birch, Black birch Source: James A. Duke. 1983. Handbook of Energy Crops. unpublished. Uses Folk Medicine Chemistry Toxicity ... perfumery. Birch tar oil, distilled from the wood and bark of Betula pendula Roth is used for eczema, psoriasis, and other skin diseases. Folk Medicine According to Hartwell (19671971), the birch ...
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GardenDeer.html
... section of the Akron Beacon (Ohio) suggested a mixture of equal parts water and bone tar oil (Magic Circle Deer Repellant). Wearing rubber gloves one saturates one- or two-foot long ... turn up their delicate noses at the buds on, say, a Norway Maple or a Birch, both listed as unattractive browse, the bucks can reduce even good-sized specimens of these ...
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ECSONG: The Nuttery: 11(4) 1992
... in several black walnuts. These were covered with a layer of tar paper, above that a layer of boards rested on the ground ... stand is doing well, but the grey birch and hybrids between this species and the white birch are very vigorous in the plantation, but ... the watertable by ditch drainage should improve the growth. The gray birch and its hybrids are further greatly suppressing the trees Plastic ...
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Questions On Birch
... you help! (Wolford, N.D.) A: There are cutleaf weeping birch trees and semi-weeping birch that have the cutleaf foliage.Birches can be started from ... hope for the best with time or does it need some paint/tar or something else to protect it from the elements? We also ... same thing that is happening to my 18-year-old weeping birch. You have bronze birch borer damage. About the only thing you can do is ...
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Design and Operation of a Solar-Heated Dry Kiln
... thick 2-inch thick Ash, white 10.4 4.1 Beech 4.5 1.8 Birch, yellow 6.1 2.4 Cherry 5.8 2.3 Elm, American 10.4 4 ... INSULATION MATERIAL Square feet of insulation material (R11 3-1/2x15) 300 sq ft PAINT Tar-type coating for interior 5 gals Exterior paint 5 gals OTHER MATERIALS Framing nails 1 ...
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Pinus strobus L
... Birch 19 Gray Birch-Red Maple 23 Eastern Hemlock 24 Hemlock-Yellow Birch 25 Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch 26 Sugar Maple-Basswood 30 Red Spruce-Yellow Birch ... ), white spruce (Picea glauca), yellow birch, white pine, black spruce (Picea mariana), gray birch (Betula populifolia), red oak Quercus rubra ... wood has been used to produce white pine tar, which is used as an antiseptic, expectorant, and ...
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Search for Emetic - Plants For A Future database search
... Emetic 0 1 Baptisia tinctoria Wild Indigo Emetic 1 3 Betula alleghaniensis Yellow Birch Emetic 3 2 Boerhavia diffusa Tar Vine Emetic 2 2 Botrychium virginianum Rattlesnake Fern Emetic 1 2 Brassica ...
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Search for Laxative - Plants For A Future database search
... asiatica Laxative 4 3 Berberis vulgaris Barberry Laxative 3 3 Betula pendula Silver Birch Laxative 3 3 Boerhavia diffusa Tar Vine Laxative 2 2 Brassica oleracea Wild Cabbage Laxative 4 2 Broussonetia ...
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GiftsOfTheTrees
... in ancient times in dark, moonless nights. Trees also provided torches (e.g. made from birch-bark) and oils for lamps. Until very recently trees were the main power source fuelling ... thousands of industrial products and chemicals we have derived from trees. Creosote, turpentine, resins, latex, tar, ley, rubber, cellulose, clothing, carpeting, toothpaste, are but a handful. HOME | CONTACT US | JOIN US ...
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