Acer negundo, Box-Elder

Acer negundo, Box-elder is a widespread maple in much of the United States. Wood burned as a ceremonial incense. Inner bark gathered and boiled to extract sugar crystals. Sap boiled to make syrup or sugar. Twigs easily hollowed out to make pipe stems or tubes. Inner bark also considered emetic.

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