Sageretia, in botany, a small shrub, often thorny, with slender, half-climbing branches, and black or dark-brown fruit; growing in China, the Himalayas, and the Salt and Suleiman ranges; its leaves are used as a substitute for tea, and its fruit is eaten in China and India.

Entry from Everybody's Cyclopedia, 1912.

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