Profile: The southeastern United States are home to Zanthoxylum clava-herculis. The tree's bark has prominent spines, and its leathery leaves have panicles of little white flowers. Native Americans and later Eclectic herbalists have been using prickly ash bark for ages for its medicinal benefits. Prickly ash bark can be used in herbal formulations, teas, and extracts.
Southern prickly ash and Hercules' club are some common names for the plant. The Rutaceae family contains prickly ash.
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