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Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Cherokee Drug, Anticonvulsive
Infusion taken to prevent recurrent spasms.
Hamel, Paul B. and Mary U. Chiltoskey, 1975, Cherokee Plants and Their Uses -- A 400 Year History, Sylva, N.C. Herald Publishing Co., page 62
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Cherokee Drug, Diaphoretic
Root bark taken as a diaphoretic.
Hamel, Paul B. and Mary U. Chiltoskey, 1975, Cherokee Plants and Their Uses -- A 400 Year History, Sylva, N.C. Herald Publishing Co., page 62
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Cherokee Drug, Febrifuge
Compound infusion taken for fever.
Hamel, Paul B. and Mary U. Chiltoskey, 1975, Cherokee Plants and Their Uses -- A 400 Year History, Sylva, N.C. Herald Publishing Co., page 62
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Cherokee Drug, Misc. Disease Remedy
Compound infusion taken for smallpox and ague.
Hamel, Paul B. and Mary U. Chiltoskey, 1975, Cherokee Plants and Their Uses -- A 400 Year History, Sylva, N.C. Herald Publishing Co., page 62
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Cherokee Drug, Oral Aid
Infusion of bark used as a wash for sore tongue.
Hamel, Paul B. and Mary U. Chiltoskey, 1975, Cherokee Plants and Their Uses -- A 400 Year History, Sylva, N.C. Herald Publishing Co., page 62
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Cherokee Drug, Tonic
Root bark taken as a tonic.
Hamel, Paul B. and Mary U. Chiltoskey, 1975, Cherokee Plants and Their Uses -- A 400 Year History, Sylva, N.C. Herald Publishing Co., page 62
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Chippewa Drug, Analgesic
Decoction of inner bark taken for cramps.
Densmore, Frances, 1928, Uses of Plants by the Chippewa Indians, SI-BAE Annual Report #44:273-379, page 344
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Chippewa Drug, Emetic
Compound decoction of scraped inner bark taken as an emetic.
Densmore, Frances, 1928, Uses of Plants by the Chippewa Indians, SI-BAE Annual Report #44:273-379, page 346
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Chippewa Drug, Emetic
Cool infusion of bark taken as an emetic.
Densmore, Frances, 1928, Uses of Plants by the Chippewa Indians, SI-BAE Annual Report #44:273-379, page 346
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Chippewa Drug, Gastrointestinal Aid
Decoction of inner bark taken for stomach cramps.
Densmore, Frances, 1928, Uses of Plants by the Chippewa Indians, SI-BAE Annual Report #44:273-379, page 344
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Iroquois Drug, Analgesic
Infusion of bark taken and applied as poultice for pain caused by witchcraft.
Herrick, James William, 1977, Iroquois Medical Botany, State University of New York, Albany, PhD Thesis, page 447
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Iroquois Drug, Gynecological Aid
Infusion of plants taken to suppress excessive menses.
Herrick, James William, 1977, Iroquois Medical Botany, State University of New York, Albany, PhD Thesis, page 447
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Iroquois Drug, Urinary Aid
Infusion of plants taken by men for stricture and painful urination.
Herrick, James William, 1977, Iroquois Medical Botany, State University of New York, Albany, PhD Thesis, page 447
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Iroquois Drug, Witchcraft Medicine
Infusion of bark taken and applied as poultice for pain caused by witchcraft.
Herrick, James William, 1977, Iroquois Medical Botany, State University of New York, Albany, PhD Thesis, page 447
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Menominee Drug, Analgesic
Infusion of inner bark taken for cramps.
Smith, Huron H., 1923, Ethnobotany of the Menomini Indians, Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee 4:1-174, page 29
Viburnum acerifolium L.
Mapleleaf Viburnum
USDA VIAC
Menominee Drug, Gastrointestinal Aid
Infusion of inner bark taken for colic.
Smith, Huron H., 1923, Ethnobotany of the Menomini Indians, Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee 4:1-174, page 28
Viburnum dentatum var. dentatum
Southern Arrowwood
USDA VIDED4
Ojibwa Other, Smoke Plant
Bark furnished one of the ingredients of kinnikinnick.
Smith, Huron H., 1932, Ethnobotany of the Ojibwe Indians, Bulletin of the Public Museum of Milwaukee 4:327-525, page 417
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Alaska Native Food, Preserves
Berries used to make jelly.
Heller, Christine A., 1953, Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska, University of Alaska, page 111
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Bella Coola Drug, Cold Remedy
Bark chewed and juice swallowed for 'cold on the lungs.'
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Bella Coola Drug, Pulmonary Aid
Bark chewed and juice swallowed for whooping cough and 'cold on the lungs.'
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Bella Coola Food, Winter Use Food
Berries mixed with grease and other berries and used as a winter food.
Turner, Nancy J., 1973, The Ethnobotany of the Bella Coola Indians of British Columbia, Syesis 6:193-220, page 203
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Carrier Drug, Cough Medicine
Decoction of stems taken for coughs.
Carrier Linguistic Committee, 1973, Plants of Carrier Country, Fort St. James, BC. Carrier Linguistic Committee, page 77
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Carrier Food, Preserves
Berries used to make jelly.
Carrier Linguistic Committee, 1973, Plants of Carrier Country, Fort St. James, BC. Carrier Linguistic Committee, page 77
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Carrier, Northern Drug, Antidiarrheal
Infusion of crushed inner bark taken for dysentery.
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Carrier, Northern Drug, Cathartic
Infusion of crushed inner bark taken as a purgative.
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Drug, Dermatological Aid
Poultice of chewed, unopened flower buds applied to lip sores.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Drug, Pediatric Aid
Decoction of roots taken for sickness associated with teething.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Drug, Throat Aid
Infusion of leaves and stems taken for sore throats.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Drug, Throat Aid
Plant used in a gargle taken for sore throats.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Drug, Throat Aid
Twig tips chewed and swallowed for sore throats.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Drug, Toothache Remedy
Decoction of roots taken for sickness associated with teething.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Food, Frozen Food
Fruit collected in the fall and frozen or left to freeze on the bush and eaten as a nibble.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Food, Preserves
Fruit used to make jam or jelly.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Food, Snack Food
Fruit eaten raw as a nibble.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Cree, Woodlands Food, Snack Food
Fruit left to freeze on the bush and eaten as a nibble.
Leighton, Anna L., 1985, Wild Plant Use by the Woods Cree (Nihithawak) of East-Central Saskatchewan, Ottawa. National Museums of Canada. Mercury Series, page 65
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Chugach Drug, Throat Aid
Decoction of leaves used as a gargle for sore throats.
Smith, G. Warren, 1973, Arctic Pharmacognosia, Arctic 26:324-333, page 326
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inuktitut Food, Fruit
Berries used for food.
Wilson, Michael R., 1978, Notes on Ethnobotany in Inuktitut, The Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology 8:180-196, page 188
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Beverage
Berries used to make juice.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Dessert
Berries mixed with other berries and used to make traditional dessert.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Frozen Food
Berries frozen and stored for future use.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Fruit
Berries eaten fresh or cooked.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Ice Cream
Berries, oil and water used to make ice cream.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Preserves
Berries used to make jam or jelly.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Eskimo, Inupiat Food, Sauce & Relish
Berries used to make catsup, syrup, juice, jam or jelly.
Jones, Anore, 1983, Nauriat Niginaqtuat = Plants That We Eat, Kotzebue, Alaska. Maniilaq Association Traditional Nutrition Program, page 106
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Gitksan Drug, Analgesic
Compound decoction taken for headache.
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Gitksan Drug, Cough Medicine
Compound decoction of twigs and bark taken for coughs.
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Gitksan Drug, Eye Medicine
Compound decoction taken for weak eyes.
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Gitksan Drug, Tuberculosis Remedy
Compound decoction of twigs and bark taken for consumption.
Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 64
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Haisla and Hanaksiala Food, Fruit
Berries used for food.
Compton, Brian Douglas, 1993, Upper North Wakashan and Southern Tsimshian Ethnobotany: The Knowledge and Usage of Plants..., Ph.D. Dissertation, University of British Columbia, page 232
Viburnum edule (Michx.) Raf.
Mooseberry Viburnum
USDA VIED
Haisla and Hanaksiala Food, Winter Use Food
Berries stored with oolichan grease in barrels for winter use.
Compton, Brian Douglas, 1993, Upper North Wakashan and Southern Tsimshian Ethnobotany: The Knowledge and Usage of Plants..., Ph.D. Dissertation, University of British Columbia, page 232