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The leaves of this shrub, Bayberry herb, which grows near swamps and marshes along Lake Erie and the Atlantic coast, give off a pleasant fragrance when you rub them. Early American colonists took advantage of that scent, as well as the greenish white wax covering the plant's berries, to make candles. That's why bayberry is also known as candleberry and wax myrtle. Both the wax and the dried bark of bayberry roots are used medicinally.

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