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 Why was Rhus toxicodendron given its name?

Answer That the plant is a Sumac member of the Anacardioideaae subfamily and that it may provoke severe, even toxic allergic reactions in human are the reasons for the scientific name of Rhus toxicodendro... Read More »
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What is the common name for Rhus toxicodendron?

'Poison ivy' is the common name for Rhus toxicodendron. Two of the plant's hallmark characteristics are leaves growing in groups of three and berries turning white for a part of their season. That'... Read More »
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What is Rhus toxicodendron?

Rhus toxicodendron is the homeopathy remedy commonly known as poison ivy. This plant from the Anacardiaceae family grows in fields and wooded areas in North America.
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Can Rhus toxicodendron treat mumps?

Rhus tox. is one of the major homeopathic remedies for mumps with hard swollen glands, fever, and a white or yellow coated tongue with a red tip. The left side will swell first or be worse on the l... Read More »
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What is rhus toxicodendron 4x hpus?

From what I understand Rhus Toxicodendron is an older term for Toxicodendron Radicans; commonly known as poison ivy! I have a homeopathic remedy here, with one of the ingredients being this "Rhus ... Read More »
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