Antispasmodic and nervine; in hysteria, hypochondriasis, epilepsy, and low fevers.
Ale or beer flavoured or medicated by infusing the leaves of ground ivy in it; pectoral, stomachic, and nervine.
This is the nervine balsam and nervine ointment of the shops in the Peninsula, and in some other parts of Southern Europe.
She had gone into the acquisition of knowledge and the development of thought as some women go into the intoxication of a nervine.
It has a nervine property, by which it excites the nervous system inordinately, and exhilarates the brain.
The root of golden seal is used in medicine under the name hydrastis rhizome, as a stomachic and nervine stimulant.
Dose: nervine and alterative, 1/6—1/3 grn.; emetic, 2—5 grn.
The medicinal qualities are known to be a mild tonic, stimulant, nervine and stomachic.
Resin of amber smells strongly of musk, and is said to be antispasmodic and nervine.