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Definition of the noun aesculus

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noun - plural: -

  1. deciduous trees or some shrubs of North America; southeastern Europe; eastern Asia

Phrases with Aesculus

Phrases starting with the word Aesculus:

  1. Aesculus Alba
  2. Aesculus Hybr
  3. Aesculus Dubia
  4. Aesculus Flava
  5. Aesculus Lutea
  6. Aesculus pavia
  7. Aesculus Pawia
  8. Aesculus Rosea
  9. Aesculus Rubra
  10. Aesculus arguta
  11. Aesculus Bushii
  12. Aesculus Carnea
  13. Aesculus glabra
  14. Aesculus Incisa
  15. Aesculus Indica
  16. Aesculus Livida
  17. Aesculus Lucida
  18. Aesculus Lyonii

Phrases ending with the word Aesculus:

  1. Iron Aesculus
  2. genus aesculus

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aesculus

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Google previewEvolution of Repertories & Repertorization (1998)

by Jugal Kishore

Aesculus is a neglected remedy. Dr. T.F. Allen pointed that it suits colds which extend downwards from posterior nares: with dryness scraping and burning. At times secreted mucous drops low down and causes choking : patients are weak: ...

Google previewWorks (1869)

The aesculus is the Tuscan oak, Querent esculus, now "found especially in Tuscany, and furnishing acorns so sweet as to be much eaten by the peasantry." Dr. Daubeny. Jubae tellua, Mauretania and Numidia.

Google previewCharacteristic Materia Medica with Leading Therapeutics (2005)

by Dhirendra Chandra Das Gupta

Kent says, “AEsculus is a wonderful remedy, specially when the eyes have haemorrhoids.” In prostatitis it relieves the dryness and heat that are present in some cases. Has a most favourable action upon dull backache. Jaundice has yielded to ...

Google previewMedicinal Plants (2016)

Chemistry and Properties by M Daniel

Aesculus is a well-known homeopathic remedy. Trigonella foenum-graecum Linn . (Fabaceae) Methika, Fenugreek Fenugreek is a herbaceous annual with pinnately trifoliolate leaves having long oblanceolate dentate leaflets, white/ yellow ...

Google previewThe Earthwise Herbal (2008)

A Complete Guide to Old World Medicinal Plants by Matthew Wood

Aesculus is a pungent/stimulating astringent like Collinsonia — another great hemorrhoid, vein, and heart remedy. They are often used ...

Google previewEclectic Review (1913)

Aesculus is a good stimulant to the nervous system in paralysis, and in mental depression it is used with benefit. It is also employed with considerable success in hemorrhoids, and in all diseases characterized by a sensation of constriction in ...

Google previewThe Clinique (1904)

Aesculus is a wonderful ...

Google previewBlackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult (2011)

Ruminant by Scott R. R. Haskell

BASICS OVERVIEW r Aesculus is a toxic tree. P1:OSO/OVY P2:OSO/OVY QC: OSO/OVY T1: OSO Printer: Yet to come.

Google previewPoisonous Plants and Venomous Animals of Alabama and Adjoining States (1990)

by J. Whitfield Gibbons, Robert Haynes, Joab L. Thomas

BUCKEYE Aesculus is a genus of large shrubs or small trees with opposite palmately compound leaves. The flowers are produced in terminal clusters and range in colors from white with red spots, to yellow, to red. The fruits are thick- shelled ...

Google previewThe Garden (1880)

An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches

and this, again, is called AEsculus Pavia, from its resemblance to the common Horse Chestnut. Its flowers are a brownish-scarlet and the branches slender. The tree is not large. Besides these, there are Pavia rubra atro-sanguinea and ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Trees (2005)

Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner

Aesculus glabra var. arguta (Buckley) e f B.L. Rob. Hippocastanaceae MC North America (USA: Nebraska and Iowa to Texas) S D [sci] Aesculus ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Common Wildflowers of Texas & the Southern Great Plains (2005)

by Joel Ellis Holloway, Amanda Neill

Aesculus arguta White Buckeye SCIENTIFIC ...

Google previewWyman's Gardening Encyclopedia (1986)

by Donald Wyman

with green husks that eventually split open and display one or two shiny brown Aesculus hippocastanum — Horse-chestnut (left) Castanea dentata — American Chestnut (right) nutlets inside. The leaves are susceptible to a disfiguring blight ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Remedy Relationships in Homeopathy (2003)

by Abdur Rehman

Aesculus glabra Complementary Remedies: - Followed well by: - inimical: - Antidotes: — Collaterals: Aloe, Coll, IgnI Nux-v Aesculus hippocastanum Miasm: Sycâß Laterality: и. Г Duration: 30 d Remarks: ln haemorrhoids the patient is ...

Google previewThe Educational Encyclopedia of Common Things (1903)

Containing Useful Facts to Supply the Daily Need of All Classes of People by Richard Linthicum

(Aesculus pavia— botanical name). Other names: Small buckeye; buckeye; horse chestnut. A shrub 8 to 12 feet high, with opposite, long-stemmed leaves, and numerous clus— ters of bright red flowers, which appear in March. The fruit is ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns (1973)

by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw

with very short internodes, well seen in Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Lettuce, Acer, Aesculus, Hippuris, Pinus, Syringa, Ulmus; usu. axillary or ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Roots and Combining Forms of Scientific Words (2005)

by Tim Williams (Ph. D.)

aesculus) the winter or Italian oak, the horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum.) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Folk Medicine (2004)

Old World and New World Traditions by Gabrielle Hatfield

A horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) has similarly been carried (Vickery 1995: 196). In North American folk medicine, a number of plant ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Heart Diseases (2005)

by M. Gabriel Khan

(Aesculus. hippocastanum). The active substance in horse chestnut seed is aescin. 1. Benefits In Germany, horse chestnut seed extract has been approved for the management of chronic venous insufficiency of the lower limbs which causes ...

Google previewUnabridged Dictionary of Sensations as If (2003)

by J. W. Ward

Aesculus Hippocastanum (BLK) Fulness Nerves. — Sensation of warmth and fulness down the arms, as if in the course of the cutaneous nerves. Glonoine (A) Fulness Nose. — Feeling as of fulness at ...

Google previewUnabridged Dictionary of the Sensations "as If". (1985)

by James William Ward

Aesculus Hippocastanum (CPTH) Fulness Over Eaten ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

Aesculus. (horse chestnut, buckeye) (family *Hippocastanaceae) A genus of deciduous trees that have large, sticky buds, opposite *palmate leaves, and showy terminal *panicles of white or red flowers. There are about 13 species, 1 found in ...

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