Definition of Lycopus virginicus
1. Noun. A mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers; eastern United States.
Generic synonyms: Herb, Herbaceous Plant
Group relationships: Genus Lycopus, Lycopus
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Literary usage of Lycopus virginicus
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1. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1904)
"In July, 1839, after the publication of Bentham's monograph, Gay supplemented this label as follows :— "Lycopus virginicus ß pauciflorus, Benth. ..."
2. Pocket Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica: Comprising the Characteristic by William Boericke, Oscar E. Boericke (1906)
"Lycopus virginicus. (Bugle-Weed.) A heart remedy, and of use in exophthalmic goitre and haemorrhoidal bleeding. Indicated in diseases with tumultuous action ..."
3. New, Old, and Forgotten Remedies: Papers by Many Writers by Edward Pollock Anschutz (1917)
"An Italian physician, Fantoni, has tried it in cephalalgia, meningitis rheumatica, and in ischias. Lycopus virginicus NATURAL ..."
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