Standardized: white oak
Quercus alba L.
Plant Family: Fabaceae
The oak's botanical name quercus comes from the Celtic words quer (fine) and cuez (tree).
Starch, tannins, resins, calcium oxalate, quillaic acid.
Dried or toasted bark. Gentle dry heat increases the concentration of volatile oils in the bark. Bark, ground before storage. Gentle heating concentrates healing volatile oils in oak bark pieces, but destroys volatile oils in oak bark once it has been powdered.
Baths, washes, infusions, teas, tinctures.
Specific: No known precautions.
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