She made them out of the pieces of red bark which flaked off the pine-trunks and lay in heaps by the edge of the pool.
red bark contains not only quinine and cinchonine, but also cinchonidine.
There, and nowhere else, the tabalgh92grows, a tree (yghch) with red bark; they make staves of it; theyFol.
Trunks are usually straight and shapely, and show the thin, red bark common to the genus.
In observing apricots, I have learned that young twigs with red bark are more resistant to cold than those with brown.
He raised his arms, resting them and his face upon them against the red bark of a giant pine.
One pound of red bark afforded, to Pelletier and Caventou, 74 grains of cinchonina, and 107 grains of quinina.
The accused has to submit to the poison ordeal by drinking a decoction of the red bark of the Erythrophloeum guiniense.
Its paired leaves and red bark reveal its kinship with the Scotch pine, a European species, very common in cultivation in America.
The official “bark” of the British Pharmacopoeia is that of Cinchona succirubra or red bark.