succus suc·cus (sŭk'əs)
n. pl. suc·ci (sŭk'ī, -sī)
A fluid, such as gastric juice or vegetable juice, contained in or secreted by living tissue. No longer in technical use.
It is a juice (succus) then, from which metals are formed; and this juice is created by various operations.
The mullein plant boiled in milk is liked by the patients; in watery infusion it is disagreeable, and the succus is still more so.
Did it demonstrate that succus Cineraria Maritima would cure cataract?
For this reason, the extract and succus are usually prepared during the months of September and October.
succus Alterans is the result of a combination of circumstances; no one person is responsible for it.
It stimulates the flow of pancreatic juice, bile and succus entericus.