Also called white sassafras, red sassafras and silky sassafras.

Native to central, eastern and southeastern 🇺🇸 USA.  Remarkable for its four forms of leaves:  🍂︎ non-lobed;  and lobed left, right and both.  Roots and bark are used to make tea.

Uses by native peoples
(Ethnobotany database)

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