It is medicinally superior to gum acacia, as it does not undergo acetous fermentation.
The beans are used ornamentally and medicinally: Abrus precatorius.
Dog Grass (Triticum caninum) is so called because Dogs take it medicinally as an aperient.
medicinally they are too inconsiderable, in this proportion, to produce any effect.
medicinally, such cases should be treated on general principles.
The Indians use it medicinally and in the curing of animal skins.
These plants are called Canchalagua by Spanish-Californians, who use them medicinally.
medicinally it is employed as a corrective, in dysentery and in coughs.
medicinally, it was held to be useful in many diseases, if the root used were originally sown when the moon was below the horizon.
If taken secretly or medicinally, the Court did not take cognizance of it.
medicinal me·dic·i·nal (mĭ-dĭs'ə-nəl)
Of, relating to, or having the properties of medicine.