Aceituno, Bitter Damson, Bois Blanc, Dysentery Bark, Mountain Damson, Simarouba, Simaruba amara, Slave Wood, Stave Wood, Sumaroub, Quassia simarouba.
People take simaruba for diarrhea, dysentery, malaria, water retention (edema), fever, and stomach upset. It is also used as a tonic. Women use it to cause abortion.
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