Definition of Bucku
1. buchu [n -S] - See also: buchu
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Literary usage of Bucku
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1. Flora Medica; a Botanical Account of All the More Important Plants Used in by John Lindley (1838)
"Style filiform, curved. Stigma minute. Hooker. — One of the plants whose leaves are collected in South Africa by the Hottentots under the name of bucku. ..."
2. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1846)
"40 ... 40 Digest 14 ... 7 ... 7 days. Dose 3ss. to 3ij. TINCT. bucku. bucku leaves ... 2i ... 2i Proof Spirit ... 20 ... 20 Digest 7 ... 7 days. ..."
3. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1843)
"They are also imbued with resinous matter, and, especially bucku and pareira, determine to the urinary organs, which seems to be the peculiar property of ..."
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