Definition of Kamela
1. kamala [n -S] - See also: kamala
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kamela
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Literary usage of Kamela
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Essentials of Materia Medica, and Therapeutics by Alfred Baring Garrod (1865)
"Adulteration. Other fixed oils, difficult to detect, as, when mixed, they are rendered, to some extent, soluble in alcohol. kamela, kamela ..."
2. The Indian Forester (1894)
"kamela Powder. It does not seem to be generally known that this powder which is ... A market for kamela. of which the Dun can produce a large quantity, ..."
3. A Handbook of therapeutics by Sydney Ringer (1882)
"kamela. SANTONIN. TURPENTINE. ARECA NUT. BARK OF THE POMEGRANATE ROOT. POWDERED TIN. MUCUNA, etc. THE intestines are infested by worms of various kinds. ..."
4. Elements of materia medica: Containing the Chemistry and Natural History of by William Frazer (1864)
"kamela.—Is obtained from tho exterior of the capsules of this ... I have not found kamela equal to cusso or male fern oil in treating cases of ..."
5. Medicines, their uses and mode of administration by John Moore Neligan (1864)
"... a gentle heat for twelve hours, until 5vj. remain). To be taken in three or four doses at intervals of from half an hour to one hour. kamela. kamela. ..."