Word Origin for krameria
C18: New Latin, named (by Linnaeus) after J. G. H. Kramer, an Austrian botanist
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Historical Examples of krameria
The syrup of krameria is the least objectionable, and catechu and krameria are made into troches which are sometimes available.
I was unable to locate any of the ordinary astringent drugs, such as kino, krameria, or nutgall.