Vulnerary

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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vulnerary

helps to heal wounds
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Vulnerary

An agent or herb used for healing wounds, sores, fresh cuts etc., usually used as a poultice.
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Vulnerary

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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Vulnerary

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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vulnerary

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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Vulnerary

• (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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Vulnerary

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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vulnerary

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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