Definition of Pimenta officinalis
1. Noun. Tropical American tree having small white flowers and aromatic berries.
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Literary usage of Pimenta officinalis
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1. Pharmaceutical and Food Analysis: A Manual of Standard Methods for the by Azor Thurston (1922)
"USP pimenta officinalis is an evergreen shrub and is indigenous to the West Indies, Central America, Mexico, Venezuela and Costa Rica. CONSTANTS. ..."
2. Principles of Pharmacy by Henry Vinecome Arny (1917)
"OLEUM PIMENTO—Oil of Pimenta (Ol. Piment.—Pimento Oil—Oil of Allspice) A volatile oil distilled from the fruit of pimenta officinalis Lindley (Fam. ..."
3. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1893)
"... j Pilocarpus Jaborandi, Holmes pimenta officinalis, Lindley Abies excelsa, Point Anacyclus Pyrethrum ..."
4. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1878)
"... less marked than from the infusion of Jaborandi), followed by a feeling of great relief and increased vigor,2. PIMENTA. pimenta officinalis, Lindl. ..."
5. Origin and History of All the Pharmacopeial Vegetable Drugs, Chemicals and by John Uri Lloyd (1921)
"Allspice, pimenta officinalis, is the berry of a tree native to Jamaica and other West India islands, where it was found in use as a spice by the explorers ..."