Definition of Berberis vulgaris
1. Noun. Upright deciduous European shrub widely naturalized in United States having clusters of juicy berries.
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Literary usage of Berberis vulgaris
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1. The British Journal of Homoeopathy edited by John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell (1873)
"... fifty years ago ; but it was reserved for the pupil to show that the same virtue resides in the " berberis vulgaris," or common barberry, ..."
2. Specific Medication and Specific Medicines by John Milton Scudder (1870)
"berberis vulgaris. (BARBERRY.) A tincture of the recent bark, in the proportion of ... berberis vulgaris ..."
3. The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement by J C Loudon (1840)
"Berberis [vulgaris] ... This is only the common berberis vulgaris, with rather larger and brighter leaves. ..."
4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"berberis vulgaris, L.—Pr. Parv.; Hal. Wr. Barberry, or Berberry. berberis vulgaris, L. (spelt in ..."
5. Transactions by Homoeopathic Medical Society of the State of New York (1902)
"I note one thing in particular with regard to the therapeutics referred to by Dr. Gwynn, that is the use of berberis vulgaris in treating conditions ..."
6. Characteristic Indications of Prominent Remedies for the Use of Students of by William J. Hawkes (1882)
"berberis vulgaris. Pains in loins and hips; very sensitive to touch in renal region; urine very red. * Great pain in back, extending to iliac region. ..."
7. A Clinical materia medica by Ernest Albert Farrington (1897)
"berberis vulgaris. berberis vulgaris belongs, to the order ... berberis vulgaris acts more on the kidneys and bladder than on any other parts of the body ..."