Definition of Grindelia squarrosa
1. Noun. Perennial gumweed of western and central North America.
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Literary usage of Grindelia squarrosa
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1. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord. Britton, Hon. Addison. Brown (1913)
"Grindelia squarrosa Dunal in DC. Prodr. 5 : 315- 1836. G. grandiflora Hook. Bot. Mag. pi. ... Grindelia squarrosa nuda A. Gray, Syn. Fl. I2 : 118. 1884. ..."
2. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1906)
"A possible reason of confusion in connection with the drug of commerce may have arisen from the fact that the terms " Grindelia squarrosa" and " Grindelia ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention (1906)
"A possible reason of confusion in connection with the drug of commerce may have arisen from the fact that the terms "Grindelia squarrosa" and " Grindelia ..."
4. American Medical Journal (1903)
"Grindelia squarrosa. BY DR. JA BURNETT, BRAWLEY, ARK. Grindelia squarrosa—Ague Weed. Grows in California and it is claimed that it grows in Mexico and South ..."
5. King's American Dispensatory by John King, Harvey Wickes Felter, John Uri Lloyd (1900)
"Grindelia squarrosa has the general appearance of Grindelia robusta, ... In the Grindelia squarrosa, a perennial root-stalk sends up from its head a cluster ..."
6. Specific Diagnosis and Specific Medication by John William Fyfe, John Milton Scudder (1909)
"Grindelia squarrosa is expectorant, antispasmodic and sedative to the nervous system. Indications.—Pains in the hepatic and splenic regions; puffi- ness of ..."
7. A Companion to the United States Pharmacopoeia by Oscar Oldberg, Otto Augustus Wall (1884)
"Grindelia squarrosa. Origin.— Grindelia squarrosa, Du- val (Composites). Habitat. ... Grindelia squarrosa resembles very much the Grindelia robusta, ..."