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Dispensatory: Described as a gentle nervous stimulant useful in diseases in which the nerves are especially affected.
Dispensatory: The leaves have been supposed to be useful in chronic catarrh and other pectoral affections.
In doses of from three to five grains, according to the United States Dispensatory, "it produces peculiar wakefulness."Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value|Harry Snyder
But let us peep into the 19th edition of the United States Dispensatory.
Goat's Blood is mentioned in the English Dispensatory of 1742 as "deservedly almost forgot."Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony|George Francis Dow