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|Standard name||Ailanthus glandulosa|
|Scientific name||Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle|
|Other scientific names||Ailanthus glandulosa Desf.|
|Common names||tree of heaven; ailanthus; copal tree; chinese sumach|
|Substance description||a tincture is prepared from the fresh young shoots, leaves and flowers Allen, T.F; a tincture from the flowers beginning to open Allen, T.T; the mother tincture is prepared from equal parts of the fresh shoots, leaves, blossoms and the young bark Blackwood, A.|
|Distinctness||VARIANTS||( 1. a tincture from the fresh young shoots, leaves and flowers; 2.a tincture from the flowers beginning to open; 3. the mother tincture from equal parts of the fresh shoots, leaves, blossoms and the young bark )|
|Classification||Organism – Plantae – Magnoliophyta – Magnoliopsida – Sapindales – Simaroubaceae – Ailanthus|
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