a plant whose external application has a cleansing and healing effect on open wounds, cuts and ulcers by promoting cell repair.
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helps to heal wounds
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An agent or herb used for healing wounds, sores, fresh cuts etc., usually used as a poultice.
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Vulnerary: (Plural = vulneraries). A remedy used in healing or treating wounds. Any preparation, plant or drug used in the cure of wounds. For example, Native Americans used the herb echinacea as a vulnerary for burns, snakebites, arrow and other wounds. It was considered something of a panacea. 'Vulnerary' comes from the Latin 'vulnus' meaning 'wo
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Vul'ner·a·ry adjective [ Latin vulnearius : confer French vulnéraire .] Useful in healing wounds; adapted to the cure of external injuries; as, vulnerary plants or potions. 'Such vulnerary remedies.' Sir W. Scott. -- noun [ Confer French
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Useful in healing wounds; adapted to the cure of external injuries; as, vulnerary plants or potions. 'Such vulnerary remedies.' . ... <medicine> A vulnerary remedy. ... Origin: Cf. F. Vulneraire. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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• (a.) Useful in healing wounds; adapted to the cure of external injuries; as, vulnerary plants or potions. • (n.) A vulnerary remedy.
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An herb that is used in treating fresh cuts and wounds,because it promotes cell repair and growth. Some women use the herb after childbirth to help the vaginal area and/or perineum heal faster.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: vul′nĕr-ar′ē Definitions: 1. Of or relating to a wound or the healing of a wound.
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