Definition of Culvers root

1. Noun. A tall perennial herb having spikes of small white or purple flowers; common in eastern North America.

Lexicographical Neighbors of Culvers Root

Culicoides austeni
Culicoides furens
Culicoides milnei
Culicoides variipennis
Culiseta melanura
Cullen's sign
Cullen skink
Culp pyeloplasty
Cultural Revolution
Culver's physic
Culver's root
Culvers physic
Culvers root (current term)
Cumberland Gap
Cumberland Mountains
Cumberland Plateau
Cumberland River
Cumberland sausage
Cumberland sausages

Literary usage of Culvers root

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Statement of the Trade and Commerce of St. Louis by George H Morgan, Merchants' Exchange of St. Louis (1899)
"Such large receipts of ginseng, golden seal, serpentaria, culvers root, etc., have never been known in St. Louis, which has always been considered an ..."

2. A Botanical Index to All the Medicinal Plants, Barks, Roots, Seeds and by Allan Pollock (1872)
"... Culvers root, Culvers Physic, Black Root, Brinton Root, Tall Veronica, Virginia Speedwell, Veronica, Bowman's Root. Button Snake Root, Gayfeather, ..."

3. Organic materia medica: Including the Standard Remedies of the Leading by Parke, Davis & Company, Davis & Company Parke (1888)
"Colocynth, Culvers' root, Garden Celandine, Golden-seal, Ipecac, Jurubeba, Rhubarb (chiefly for children). Sodium Phosphate, Stillingia, Wahoo. ..."

4. Chemical and pharmaceutical directory of all the chemicals and preparations by John Rudolphy (1877)
"... of poke berries, of poke root, of culvers root, of centaury minor, of American centaury. of assa fetida, of thyme. of belladonna leaves, of belladonna ..."

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