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Mother's Remedies

Over One Thousand Tried and Tested Remedies from Mothers of the United States and Canada

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Author: T. J. Ritter
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 442,685 / 1335 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 39
LoC Category: R
Downloads: 2,269
Added to site: 2006.01.02 12351
Genre: Health

Also Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Diet, Nursing, Treatments, Etc., of Every Known Disease. Poisons, Accidents, Medicinal Herbs and Special Departments on Women, Children and Infants,

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s plants of the genus Colchicum, such as the autumn crocus. The dried ripe seeds or corms (short thick solid food-storing underground stem) of the autumn crocus which yield colchicine.

collodion Highly flammable, colorless or yellowish syrupy solution of pyroxylin, ether, and alcohol, used as an adhesive to close small wounds and hold surgical dressings, in topical medications, and for making photographic plates.

colocynth (bitter apple) Old World vine (Citrullus colocynthis) bearing yellowish, green-mottled fruits the size of small lemons. The pulp of the fruit is a strong laxative.

colombo (calumba) Root of an African plant (Jatrorrhiza palmata, family Menispermaceae) containing columbin; it is used as a tonic called calumba root or colombo root.

colostrum (foremilk) Thin yellowish fluid secreted by the mammary glands at birth, rich in antibodies and minerals. It precedes the production of true milk.

coltsfoot (galax) Eurasian herb (Tussilago farfara), natural



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