Origin of hepatic
OTHER WORDS FROM hepaticnon·he·pat·ic, adjective, nounpost·he·pat·ic, adjectivesub·he·pat·ic, adjective
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It is the hepatic aloes of most continental writers, and said to be the of Dioscorides.
It is weaker than Barbadoes or even hepatic aloes, and is more apt to gripe, &c., than the latter.
It is obtained from the same plant as produces genuine hepatic aloes.
When melted and doctored, it is sold for Barbadoes, hepatic, and even Socotrine aloes.
It was formerly used in Europe in various complaints, especially chronic hepatic affections, but has fallen into entire neglect.The Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees|James Mooney