For example, rhus seeds are hard and have little pulp to render them palatable or nutritious.
The lacquer-tree (rhus vernicifera) grows mainly in the island of Hondo.
In the winter, or when Typhoid fevers prevail, use Mercurius and rhus tox.
Sumach consists of the leaves and sometimes of the small twigs and stems of a species of sumach plant known as the rhus coriaria.
A tree yielding lac, which had lately been cut, and Meliaceæ, rhus triphyllum.
The wig plant (rhus Cotinus) affords another illustration of the same thing.
Here they found abundance of tciltcin (fruit of rhus aromatica) and of grass seeds, and they encamped beside the river at night.
On the surrounding hills we saw thickets of the Japanese wax tree, rhus succedaneus.
It is made from the juice of the lacquer tree, (rhus vernicifera) which is tapped during the summer months.
The material used in Japan is resin-lac, an exudation from the lacquer-tree (rhus vernicifera).
Rhus (rōōs, rŭs)
A genus of vines and shrubs including several species, especially poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.