Red root


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Red root

A large, reddish mass of gnarled and hard roots sometimes found in unbroken prairie.
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Game was scanty, and they had to eke out their scanty fare with wild roots and vegetables, such as the Indian potato, the wild onion, and the prairie tomato, and they met with quantities of "red root," from which the hunters make a very palatable beverage.
In this land where the population was centred in the towns it was possible to lose sight of civilisation in a very short time, passing only an occasional farmhouse, where the women were handling red roots in the courtyard; or a little boy lying on his elbows on the hillside surrounded by a flock of black strong-smelling goats.
When the water is at its height, the alders, willows, and maples send forth a mass of fibrous red roots several feet long from all sides of their stems in the water, and to the height of three or four feet from the ground, in the effort to maintain themselves; and I have known the high blueberry bushes about the shore, which commonly produce no fruit, bear an abundant crop under these circumstances.
The prison worker scoffs his way through two massive jars of the bright red root veg every day, piling it on his plate for breakfast, lunch and tea.
Beets The deep red root vegetable increases the size of blood vessels, thereby improving the flow of oxygen that can get to muscles and tissues.
However, 'Shunkyo' is a nice Chinese heirloom that produces both prime greens and a delicious, sweet-yet-pungent, 4-inch-long, red root that I like to cook along with the greens.
Comparison of the effects of treatments, and red root Artemisia annuaplant was demonstrated both on Loliumrigidum had also caused damage.
Tuello regales us with stories of countless nights spent sleeping in the bush and using the red root of a star apple tree to clean his teeth.
Traditional and historical naturopathic approaches to uterine fibroids have included castor oil packs over the liver, low-fat/low-saturated-fat/high-fiber diets, alterative herbs (Corydalis tubers, black alder bark, mayapple root, figwort flowering herb, yellow dock root); Turska's formula (gelsemium root, pokeroot, aconite, and bryonia--consult a botanical expert, as these are toxic herbs); and thuja, red root, mountain ash bark, prickly ash bark, Stillingia root, Helonias root, mayapple root, and ginger root.
Award: Bridge repairs to nimblewill and red root roads, chattahoochee-oconee national forest, georgia
One of the species in Trichoderma; Trichoderma pseudokoningii found to be able to impede the spread over of Poria hypolateritia; the causal agent of red root disease in tea plantation.
Mullertz's Red Root Basket exemplifies not only the basketry inspiration and the interest in nature of so much of Danish ceramics but also, as in Manz's work, the geometry.