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American spikenard

Sarah Vap

American spikenard

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Published by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City, IA .
Written in English


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StatementSarah Vap.
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LC ClassificationsPS
The Physical Object
Pagination79 p. ;
Number of Pages79
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Open LibraryOL22752404M
ISBN 109781587295355
OCLC/WorldCa85823355


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American spikenard by Sarah Vap Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sarah Vaps "American Spikenard" is largely concerned with childhood and family. There are poems about being a girl, about grandmothers, sisters, parents.

(There are also horses.) The book is dedicated to the poets beautiful American spikenard book and the opening quote is a gorgeous one from Andre Breton: The reins were made of words of love, I believe/5.

American Spikenard is like one long poem, a poet’s coming to terms with identity and history in a quest to be acknowledged for exactly who she is.”—Ira Sadoff, author Barter “For those ready to American spikenard book the glitter and scars of girlhood, Sarah Vap’s first book is ‘saying, for the sake of integrity, the dearest things.’5/5(1).

American Spikenard is like one long poem, a poet’s coming to terms with identity and history in a quest to be acknowledged for exactly who she is.”—Ira Sadoff, author, Barter  “For those ready to explore the glitter and scars of girlhood, Sarah Vap’s first book is ‘saying, for the sake of integrity, the dearest things.’.

North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University. What are the Uses and Health Benefits of American Spikenard (Aralia racemosa).

Introduction. For hundreds of years, American Spikenard has been used in Indian medicine to treat numerous conditions both physical and aesthetic. It has been regarded as a valuable commodity since ancient times and also mentioned in both the Bible and the Quran.

Hardy, summer-flowering, North American perennial with clusters of tiny, white flowers gathered in large, showy panicles American spikenard book amongst bold, compound foliage; flowers followed by deep purple, inedible berries. With a broad native range from New Brunswick south to North Carolina and west to Arizona, Utah, and northern Mexico, the American spikenard book Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) is an easily grown perennial.

Overview Information American spikenard is a plant. The root is used to make medicine. People take American spikenard for colds, chronic coughs, asthma, and is also used to loosen. American spikenard, life of man This herbaceous perennial has a more substantial 'woody' feel, with lateral branches and large, broad American spikenard book reminiscent of American spikenard book.

Inconspicuous flowers give rise to large, striking clusters of edible, red to purple fruits in fall. American spikenard book University of Michigan's Native American Ethnobotany Database lists many, many uses for this plant but only a couple American spikenard book of it being eaten in any way.

"An aboriginal Menomini dish was spikenard root, wild onion, wild gooseberry and sugar," and American spikenard book tips were relished in soups [by the Potawatomi]" are the only examples of it as a food source.

American spikenard is a sweet pungent tonic herb that is often used in modern herbalism where it acts as an alterative[]. It had a wide range of traditional uses amongst the North American Indians and was at one time widely used American spikenard book a substitute for the tropical medicinal herb sarsaparilla[, ].

Book American spikenard book Iowa Poetry Prize winner"If everyone decided to call themselves a girl / that word would stop." In this award-winning volume of authoritative and assertive poems, Sarah Vap embarks on an emotional journey to the land of America's female children.

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Spikenard, also called nard, nardin, and muskroot, is a class of aromatic amber-colored essential oil derived from Nardostachys jatamansi, a flowering plant of the valerian family which grows in the American spikenard book of Nepal, China, and oil has been used over centuries as a perfume, a traditional medicine, or in religious ceremonies across a wide territory from India to Europe.

American spikenard is a perennial, herbaceous plant, feet tall; its thick, fleshy rootstock features long, thick roots and produces one or more branched stems growing up to 6 feet high.

Stems are smooth, dark green or reddish. American Spikenard to differentiate it from the fragrant spikenard of the Bible and Sarsaparilla. All spikenards have been popular in American medicine. The root is similar to Sarsaparilla and has similar properties. They are in the same family as ginseng and do look like giant ginsengs.

They are all. Summary: Presenting a collection of poems, this work embarks on a journey to the land of America's female children. Demonstrating the seriousness of female childhood - which is as dangerous and profound as war, economics, and history - it reveals the extremes of self-doubt and self-righteousness inherent in being a contemporary American girl.

The Royal Horticultural Society’s Dictionary () calls it “the spikenard of the ancients.” It is mentioned three times in Song of Solomon ( ;14) and in the NT i.e. Mark and Johnwhere the writer uses the words “pure nard.”.

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Spikenard (Heb. nerd) is mentioned twice in the Old Testament viz. in (Solomon ; Song of Solomon Song of Solomon ) The ointment with which our Lord was anointed as he sat at meat in Simons house at Bethany consisted of this precious substance, the costliness of which may be inferred from the indignant surprise manifested by some of the witnesses of the transaction.

ARALIA RACEMOSA American Spikenard This is a remedy for asthmatic conditions, with cough aggravated on lying down. Drenching sweat during sleep. Extreme sensitiveness to draughts. Diarrhoea, prolapse of rectum. Aching in rectum extending upwards; worse lying on side lain upon.

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Sarah Vap is the author of American Spikenard, winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize, and Dummy Fire, winner of the Saturnalia Poetry Prize. She is Poetry Editor at the online journal 42 Opus, and lives on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington/5.

Spikenard's ancestors, and close genetic relations, radiated from the Himalayas to eastern Asia. From there, plants ancestral to spikenard crossed the Bering land bridge, sometime between 2 and 27 million years ago. California spikenard, Aralia californica, appears to be the direct ancestor, and closest relative, of Aralia racemosa.

Sarah Vap is an American writer and the author of seven books of poetry, poetics, and nonfiction. Her most recent book, Winter: Effulgences and Devotions, will be published by Noemi Press in September of Her collection Viability (Penguin, ), was selected for the National Poetry Series; her book American Spikenard was awarded the Iowa Poetry Prize; her book Dummy Fire was selected for.

The wild spikenard, or false Solomon's seal (p. ), has not the remotest connection with this tribe of plants. Inasmuch as some of the American spikenard's tiny flowers are staminate and some pistillate, while others again are perfect, they depend upon flies chiefly - but on some wasps and beetles, too - to transfer pollen and enable the.

Spikenard essential oil is perhaps best known for its scent, making it ideal for aromatherapy and inhalation. Below is a breakdown of its medicinal uses and more.

Jekkapedia: Aralia racemosa, American Spikenard. Family: Araliaceae. Genus: Aralia. Hardy herbaceous perennial, Ht. up to m, spread up to 1m.

Umbels of small greenish/white flowers Large pinnate mid-green : American Spikenard. American Spikenard (Aralia Racemosa) - American Spikenard herb plants can reach 48 inches in height, and they have attractive foliage, small greenish-white flower clusters in the summer and showy clusters of small red to purple berries in the fall.

It is a lovely perennial plant that makes an attractive addition to the herb garden, and they can be established by starting Spikenard Range: $ - $ The Green Spikenard is superior to the Brown or Red Spikenard. Note that American Spikenard Aralia racemosa is not the Spikenard mentioned in the Bible.

In the Bible, Spikenard is the oil used by Mary to anoint Jesus' feet a few days before his death. SPIKENARD is a famed herb, mentioned in the Bible. It is said to Improve the Love Life, Enhance Sexual Fidelity, and Encourage Proposals of Marriage, Some people mix SPIKENARD and Sandalwood into Stay With Me incense and burn it on charcoal to improve their marriage, Others brew a tea of SPIKENARD and use it to wet or wipe down a framed photo of their lover to ensure domestic.

Basic Information. American spikenard is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 8. It grows quickly, reaching heights of 6 to 10 feet with a spread of 3 to 6 feet. American spikenard - Aralia Racemosa $ Price Aralia racemosa, commonly called American spikenard, is a rhizomatous, shrubby-looking, soft-stemmed, herbaceous perennial of the Ginseng family that is native to moist rich woods from Quebec to Manitoba south to.

Song of Songs - While the king sitteth at his table, my spikenard sendeth forth the smell thereof. [the medicinal plant map that should be in your survival kit] 2 disclaimer. ARALIA RACEMOSA American Spikenard. This is a remedy for asthmatic conditions, with cough aggravated on lying down.

Drenching sweat during sleep. Extreme sensitiveness to draughts. Diarrhœa, prolapse of rectum. Aching in rectum extending upwards; worse lying on side lain upon. Respiratory Aralia racemosa L.

– American spikenard Aralia racemosa ssp. racemosa American spikenard Legal Status. Threatened and Endangered Information: This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. Common names are from state and federal lists. Native American Ethnobotany (University of Michigan - Dearborn) (ARRA).

Spikenard was a popular herb among American Indians, who gathered its pleasantly scented roots for a variety of medicinal uses. Herbalists record that the Cherokees drank Spikenard tea for backache and that the Shawnees used it to treat gas pains, coughs, asthma, and chest pains. "Aralia canadensis = Panaces racemosa canad = Aralia.

[American spikenard; Petty morel; Life-of-man]" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. - Sarah Vap is the author of five collections of poetry, including Dummy Fire, winner of the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize, selected by Forest Gander.

Her second collection, American Spikenard, was the winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize in More about Sarah Vap. Spikenard root belongs to the same family as the ginseng root and is prized for many of the same reasons.

Native to the Eastern United States as well as the mountains of northern India, China and Japan, spikenard is a fragrant plant with a pungent root. The root has long been used medicinally by Native American : $. Spikenard Essential Oil (Nardostachys jatamansi) is also commonly pdf as Nard, Pdf, and Muskroot.

Spikenard Essential Oil has a strong woody, spicy, and musty aroma presenting a base fragrance note. "Spikenard is the most sublime perfume of love. Spikenard is the perfume of higher Initiates. It is the perfume of l5/5(2).Health and Download pdf Herbs Reference Books.

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