What is another word for turpentine camphor weed?

Pronunciation: [tˈɜːpɪntˌa͡ɪn kˈamfə wˈiːd] (IPA)

Turpentine Camphor Weed, also known as Croton glandulosus, is a flowering plant native to the southeastern United States. It belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family. Its common name is derived from the turpentine-like odor of its crushed leaves and twigs. Turpentine Camphor Weed has several synonyms such as Croton maritimus, Croton cuneatus, Croton glanduliferus, and Croton floridanus. The plant produces small greenish-yellow flowers and thick, waxy leaves arranged in an alternating fashion. Historically, the plant was used by Native Americans for its medicinal properties. Today, Turpentine Camphor Weed is primarily considered a weed but is also used in traditional medicine.

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