What is another word for hercules-club?

Pronunciation: [hˈɜːkjʊlˌiːzklˈʌb] (IPA)

The Hercules-club is a type of tree found in North America. It is also commonly known as the Southern prickly ash, the toothache tree, or the pepperwood. The trees produce small clusters of berries that have been used for medicinal purposes in traditional Native American medicine. In addition, the bark and leaves of the Hercules-club tree have a spicy flavor, which has led to its use as a seasoning in some cultures. Other synonyms for the Hercules-club include the tickle-tongue tree, the devil's walking stick, and the angelica tree. Regardless of the name used, the Hercules-club remains an important natural resource for its various uses.

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