Origin of guaco
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Infusum guaco, L. From the bruised leaves and stems of guaco or huaco (Mikania guaco).
It is often fancifully painted with colored earths and the juice of a plant called guaco, which brightens by burning.
"Guaco" and "huaco" are the same word, the intensity of the aspirate varying among different peoples.The Romance of Natural History, Second Series|Philip Henry Gosse
A preparation of the guaco plant is highly esteemed on the Spanish main as an antidote against bites of snakes of all kinds.
But the polygala is quite inodorous, while the guaco gives forth a strong aromatic smell, resembling valerian.The Quadroon|Mayne Reid