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 Evergreen tree with pendulous twigs, up to 20m high, native to South America (western Argentina, Chile, Bolivia); bark thick, corky; leaves elliptic to lanceolate, leathery, spine-tipped;​ short clusters of yellow, fragrant, funnel-shaped flowers; fruit a capsule containing numerous seeds. Evergreen tree with pendulous twigs, up to 20m high, native to South America (western Argentina, Chile, Bolivia); bark thick, corky; leaves elliptic to lanceolate, leathery, spine-tipped;​ short clusters of yellow, fragrant, funnel-shaped flowers; fruit a capsule containing numerous seeds.
  
-Quebrachitol (L-methylinositol),​ first isolated by Tanret in 1887 from the bark of A.quebracho-blanco,​ was tested as a sweetening agent and showed to be as sweet as glucose (half as sweet as sucrosecane-sugar), but with a metallic taste stated by some persons. It is capable of inducing colic or diarrhoea. \\+Quebrachitol (L-methylinositol),​ first isolated by Tanret in 1887 from the bark of A.quebracho-blanco,​ was tested as a sweetening agent and showed to be as sweet as glucose (half as sweet as sucrose, cane-sugar), but with a metallic taste stated by some persons. It is capable of inducing colic or diarrhoea. \\
 [An investigation of quebrachitol as a sweetening agent for diabetics., McCance, R.A., Lawrence, R.D., Biochemical Journal, 27(4), 1933, 986] [An investigation of quebrachitol as a sweetening agent for diabetics., McCance, R.A., Lawrence, R.D., Biochemical Journal, 27(4), 1933, 986]
  
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