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Re: Thunderwood

Subject: Re: Thunderwood
Author: marc stauch
Date: 2/7/2014 5:02 pm
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Status: Approved
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thunderwood, which is found in dense wooded areas along with saw briers and various other brambles, is different than sumac. it is a very slender tree about 1 to 3 inches in diameter. it has thorns similar to the black locust tree. be very careful when dealing with one; because it can infect the skin by a scratch making the skin rot and peel off. cure.. 2 shot of penicillin followed by a broad spectrum antibiotic pill taken for several weeks. keep it cleaned and wrapped.

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Thunderwood (Approved)Martha Anderson5/26/2003 9:36 pm
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