Statistics for occurrence #1 of “New Jersey” in chapter 1.26, section c.1.26.73, page 180 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33.:

...yed in asthma, and by the negroes as an abortant. Soap was made from cotton seed by treating them direct with lye. Among the substitutes for tea were Ceanothus Americanus, known as red root, or New Jersey tea, and holly leaves and blackberry and raspberry leaves and rose leaves. The Amelia azedarach (China berry) furnished some valuable uses. The berries were employed in making whiskey; the bark...
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