He liked herby things, root beer and horehound drops and sassafras tea
On a dark winter night, curl up by the fire with a steaming mug of Sassafras tea
The roots have been used to make root beer as well as the famous sassafras tea
and the oil is still used as a fragrance in candles and soaps.
She made her own medicines from herbs and gleanings in the woods that surrounded their home: Turpentine and sugar for worms (whether you had 'em or not); goose-grease and onion poultices wrapped in soft muslin and slapped on the bare chest; sassafras tea
in spring to thin the blood; asafetida bags to hang around the neck in winter to ward off colds.
Mouthwatering bread pudding, hoecakes, groundnut stew and sassafras tea
are just a few.
So, I built my lean-to, made my sassafras tea
, and on the third day, when they returned to pick me up, they found me standing alone on the side of a mountain wailing along with Ethel Merman, "Curtain up, light the lights
Shoofly pie, roast pork, sweet corn, and sassafras tea
return as festival goers' favorites.
Her desire to enact the prescripted terms of the heterosexual marriage plot represents to him an oblivion of days of imitative respectability - and multiple thousands of cups of sassafras tea
Today a few stores still sell the root bark to fanciers of sassafras tea
About 3% believed it somewhat effective to use sassafras tea
to reduce swelling in the feet/legs associated with diabetes (i.
The menu includes fish baked in clay, sassafras tea
, crabapple pudding and, of course, dried vegetables stewed over an open fire.
Growing up in Missouri, my parents made sassafras tea
for us whenever we were sick," Radtke said.