Definition of Ringworm bush

1. Noun. Tropical shrub (especially of Americas) having yellow flowers and large leaves whose juice is used as a cure for ringworm and poisonous bites; sometimes placed in genus Cassia.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ringworm Bush

ringtails
ringtaw
ringtaws
ringtone
ringtones
ringtoss
ringtosses
ringway
ringways
ringwise
ringwoodite
ringwoodites
ringwork
ringworks
ringworm
ringworm bush (current term)
ringworm of beard
ringworm of body
ringworm of foot
ringworm of genitocrural region
ringworm of nails
ringworm of scalp
ringworm of the nails
ringworm shrub
ringworm yaws
ringworms
ringwraiths
ringxiety
rink

Literary usage of Ringworm bush

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1. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1846)
"... now become the first, we meet the Cassia alata, or ringworm bush, known in Nevis by the name of French guava, and in the French islands by that of herbe ..."

2. Remarks on the uses of some of the bazaar medicines and common medical by Edward John Waring (1883)
"... hence one of its common English names of ringworm bush or Shrub. The ordinary form of application is a sort of ointment made by bruising the fresh ..."

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