|Standard name||Rhus toxicodendron|
|Scientific name||Toxicodendron radicans (L.) Kuntze|
|Other scientific names||Rhus toxicodendron L.; Rhus radicans L.|
|Common names||poisonivy; eastern poison ivy; poison ivy|
|Substance description||Tincture of fresh leaves gathered at sunset just before flowering time. Rhus toxicodendron L. and Rhus radicans L. are sometimes distinguished as separate varieties. According to Clarke, J.H.: “Botanists agree in recognising no distinction other than that of habit between the two. Millspaugh (American Medicinal Plants) tells in his masterly account of the plant that he has seen the two varieties springing from the same rootstock. He advises that the tincture should be made from specimens of both.”|
|Distinctness||VARIANTS (1. Rhus toxicodendron variety; 2. Rhus radicans variety)|
|Classification||Organism – Plantae – Magnoliophyta – Magnoliopsida – Sapindales – Anacardiaceae – Toxicodendron|
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