- a woodland shrub, Hypericum androsaemum, of Europe and W Asia, having yellow flowers and reddish-purple fruits: family HypericaceaeSee also Saint John's wort
C15: from Old French toute-saine (unattested), literally: all healthy
Examples from the Web for tutsan
Fortunately the tutsan is not "retiring from business" in Nature's garden.The Call of the Wildflower
Henry S. Salt
Tutsan (Hypericum androsmum) was used to stop bleeding, because the juice of its ripe capsule is of a claret colour.Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics
Tutsan, tut′san, n. a species of St John's wort, once regarded as a panacea—also called Park-leaves.
A closely related plant is Hypericum androsæmum, known as Tutsan, said to mean toute saine, as curing all hurts.Springtime and Other Essays