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Columbo-root

by William Lewis

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Published by W. Flint, printer, Old Bailey, London in London] .
Written in English


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Statement[William Lewis]
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Pagination8 pages ;
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Open LibraryOL26481793M

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Contents: (from t.p.) 1. On the Columbo root. 2. On the orchis root. 3. On the waters of Buxton and Matlock in Derbyshire. 4. On the medicinal uses of fixed air. 5. On the antiseptic and sweetening powers of factitious air. 6. On the noxious vapours of charcoal. 7. On the atrabilis. 8. On sea salt. 9. On coffee. NLM ID: R[Book]. Those which act upon the alimentary canal: Simple bitters such as quassia wood, columbo root, taraxacum, gentian, chiretta, and many others, irritate gently the mucous membrane of the stomach and bowels, and by increasing the secretions improve the appetite and digestion.

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Calumba Root (Colombo Root, Radix Calumbae). Overview Information Colombo is an herb. The root of the plant is used to make medicine. People take colombo for upset stomach, heartburn, intestinal disorders, and diarrhea. Frasera caroliniensis, commonly known as American columbo or yellow gentian, is a herbaceous perennial of the gentian family Gentianaceae found in the deciduous forest of Southern Ontario and throughout the eastern and southeastern United States.

It was previously known as Swertia caroliniensisClade: Tracheophytes. DescriptionFrasera Carolinensis is chiefly known as an occasional substitute for Calurnba Root, or Jateorrhiza Colurnba, a native of English name is derived from the African Kalumb.

It is a plant of from 4 to 9 feet in height, with a smooth, erect stem, bearing lanceolate leaves in whorls, and yellowish-white flowers in terminal panicles. Columbo-Root, or Colomba- Root, an article lately introduced into medicine, chiefly by Dr.

PeRcivaL. The natural history of the tree, from which we ob-tain it, is but imperfectly known: it,grows near the town of Coluumbo, in the island of Ceylon. Photographic Location: A rocky wooded slope in southern Illinois and an upland woodland in east-central Illinois.

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Consumption of one unit ( mL) of vermouth provided mg. Columbo root. Move to top (Mozambique) W hen Gillaspy and Strong packed up half a pound of columbo root for the Corps, they probably thought the drug came from Ceylon (modern Sri Lanka). For decades, Portuguese traders had a monopoly on this drug and hid its origins.

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Author(s): Lewis,William,active Title(s): Columbo-root. Country of Publication: England Publisher: [London]: W. Flint, printer, Old Bailey, London, [not.