Its timber is tough, not over heavy, and extensively used already in the island; while its bark is a febrifuge and tonic.
Diuretic, febrifuge, and refrigerant; one half to one ounce.
When dipped in water the liquid assumed the properties of a styptic and a febrifuge, etc.
It has been much employed in Italy and on the Continent as a febrifuge.
The mother sped to her daughters' appeal for help and required her son to sing "The Lost Chord" as a febrifuge.
The bark is valuable as a tonic and febrifuge, and is also used for a kind of bitters.
The bark of different species of Eucalyptus has been used in paper-making and tanning, and in medicine as a febrifuge.
The stout stem is bitter and has tonic and febrifuge properties.
The landscape was a febrifuge, and cooled and quieted his brain as he stood before it at his open window, in solitary meditation.
The flowers are used medicinally as an astringent and the roots as a febrifuge.
febrifuge feb·ri·fuge (fěb'rə-fyōōj')
An agent that acts to reduce a fever; an antipyretic. adj.
or fe·brif·u·gal (fĭ-brĭf'yə-gəl, -brĭf'ə-) Acting to reduce fever.