Lakeview Grocery and Sporting Goods

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  • 10346 State Route 279

    Oak Hill, OH 45656

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  • 740-682-3915

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Mon - Sat: 08:00am to 7:00pm,Sun - Sun: 1:00pm to 5:00pm,

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The guy Don't even know what yellow root is. I spoke with him on the phone for a week about yellow root and how He would like it. He said he only wanted the root. So I him 100 pounds of YELLOW ROOT. I drove for 7 hours to bring him real yellowroot. LOL ld have gas to get home. I called him the day before to see if he could pay some in cash because I just had gas to get there with his Yellowroot. He wants Golden seal and Ginseng You cant even legally gather those they have to be grown!

The Yellowroot (Xanthorhiza simplicissima, syn. X. apiifolia) is the only member of the genus Xanthorhiza, and one of very few genera in the family Ranunculaceae with a woody stem (the other notable example being Clematis). It is native to the eastern United States from Maine south to northern Florida and west to Ohio and eastern Texas.

The genus name as well as the common name refer to the plant's yellow roots (xantho- meaning "yellow" and rhiza meaning "root"), which was used to produce a yellow dye by Native Americans. The species name refers to the simple (not branched) root.
Closeup of yellowroot's flowers

In the wild, it grows on the edges of streams in sandy soil under a canopy of dappled sunlight. In cultivation, it is often provided with more sunlight so that the fall colors are more vivid. It is a subshrub, reaching 20-70 cm (rarely 90 cm) in height, with stems up to 6 mm diameter. The leaves are spirally arranged, 10-18 cm long, each divided into 5 toothed leaflets, and flowers emerge only from the upper portion of the unbranched stem. The flowers are produced in broad panicles 6-20 cm long, each flower small, star-shaped, reddish brown to purple brown, with five petals.

Yellowroot propagates asexually by sending out many underground runners, and it reproduces sexually with seeds.

Yellowroot is considered an endangered species in Florida.
[edit] Cultivation and uses

It is cultivated for the stunning fall color, which is a dark red to purple, and lasts for months.

While yellowroot is toxic in large doses, a reason why deer do not eat it, it has been used to adulterate or as a substitute for Hydrastis canadensis. Native Americans made a tea and drank it for ulcers in the mouth and in the stomach. It may have also been used as a tonic, and externally on sores. Native Americans also used it to treat various skin ailments. According to Foster & Duke (1998), the plant contains berberine which is anti-inflammatory, astringent, hemostatic, antimicrobial, anticonvulsant, immunostimulant, uterotonic and can produce a transient drop in blood pressure. In addition it stimulates the secretion of bile and bilirubin which may be helpful in cirrhosis of the liver.

I mean I had a quarter tank of gas when I got there no money but I had 100 lbs of yellow root what he wanted so I thought I would have money to get home on . Nope he wants GOLDEN SEAL. Does not even offer to buy any of my yellow root to see if he may be able t get rid of it. No this man turned his back on me He said and I quote Well thats my first mistake, Everyone else brings yellow root! I said SIr this is Yellow root and your mistake has cost me alot because I spoke with him a week befor before I even got it off my river.. Thenn he just walked into his store, not another word from him.

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The guy Don't even know what yellow root is. I spoke with him on the phone for a week about yellow root and how He would like it. He said he only wanted the root. So I him 100 pounds of YELLOW ROOT. I drove for 7 hours to bring him real yellowroot. LOL ld have gas to get home. I called him the day before to see if he could pay some in cash because I just had gas to get there with his Yellowroot. He wants Golden seal and Ginseng You cant even legally gather those they have to be grown!

The Yellowroot (Xanthorhiza simplicissima, syn. X. apiifolia) is the only member of the genus Xanthorhiza, and one of very few genera in the family Ranunculaceae with a woody stem (the other notable example being Clematis). It is native to the eastern United States from Maine south to northern Florida and west to Ohio and eastern Texas.

The genus name as well as the common name refer to the plant's yellow roots (xantho- meaning "yellow" and rhiza meaning "root"), which was used to produce a yellow dye by Native Americans. The species name refers to the simple (not branched) root.
Closeup of yellowroot's flowers

In the wild, it grows on the edges of streams in sandy soil under a canopy of dappled sunlight. In cultivation, it is often provided with more sunlight so that the fall colors are more vivid. It is a subshrub, reaching 20-70 cm (rarely 90 cm) in height, with stems up to 6 mm diameter. The leaves are spirally arranged, 10-18 cm long, each divided into 5 toothed leaflets, and flowers emerge only from the upper portion of the unbranched stem. The flowers are produced in broad panicles 6-20 cm long, each flower small, star-shaped, reddish brown to purple brown, with five petals.

Yellowroot propagates asexually by sending out many underground runners, and it reproduces sexually with seeds.

Yellowroot is considered an endangered species in Florida.
[edit] Cultivation and uses

It is cultivated for the stunning fall color, which is a dark red to purple, and lasts for months.

While yellowroot is toxic in large doses, a reason why deer do not eat it, it has been used to adulterate or as a substitute for Hydrastis canadensis. Native Americans made a tea and drank it for ulcers in the mouth and in the stomach. It may have also been used as a tonic, and externally on sores. Native Americans also used it to treat various skin ailments. According to Foster & Duke (1998), the plant contains berberine which is anti-inflammatory, astringent, hemostatic, antimicrobial, anticonvulsant, immunostimulant, uterotonic and can produce a transient drop in blood pressure. In addition it stimulates the secretion of bile and bilirubin which may be helpful in cirrhosis of the liver.

I mean I had a quarter tank of gas when I got there no money but I had 100 lbs of yellow root what he wanted so I thought I would have money to get home on . Nope he wants GOLDEN SEAL. Does not even offer to buy any of my yellow root to see if he may be able t get rid of it. No this man turned his back on me He said and I quote Well thats my first mistake, Everyone else brings yellow root! I said SIr this is Yellow root and your mistake has cost me alot because I spoke with him a week befor before I even got it off my river.. Thenn he just walked into his store, not another word from him.

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A great place to get live bait and snacks for your day on the lake. Convient and cheap on all your necessities. They also buy Ginseng for reasonable rates.

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A great place to get live bait and snacks for your day on the lake. Convient and cheap on all your necessities. They also buy Ginseng for reasonable rates.

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Lakeview Grocery and Sporting Goods is your local full service expert convenience store, grocery store, and sporting goods store! We carry all convenience store supplies, grocery store products, and sporting goods store supplies including snacks, pop, soda, chips, live bait, tackle, fishing equipment, sporting good store supplies, hunting licenses, guns, firearms, ammo, ammunition, archery equipment, and more. We have all the supplies you might need for camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, trapping, and boating in the area. We have been your local full service professional convenience store, grocery store, and sporting goods store for Jackson County, OH and Oak Hill, OH for over 30 years. Call today or stop by with any questions, details, or supplies!

 

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