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medicinal

1. relating to or having therapeutic properties
2. a medicinal substance

medicinal

[mə′dis·ən·əl]
(medicine)
Of, pertaining to, or having the nature of medicine.
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Volume 28 of the well-established series Medicinal and Aromatic Plants--Industrial Profiles comprises a treatment of the medicinally important genus Magnolia.
Argenta will work to create a series of highly novel small molecule inhibitors of a selected number of medicinally relevant protease enzymes.
Cambridge, England) Argenta will work to create a series of highly novel small molecule inhibitors of a selected number of medicinally relevant protease enzymes.
It was a fudge and a compromise decision and it won't stop me using cannabis medicinally to alleviate my condition.
John's Wart has a range of medicinally important qualities.
Used medicinally as an anesthetic, it is also widely abused as a drug.
In some cases, you are actually dealing with undetected or untreated psychiatric disorders, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or depression, which can be treated medicinally.
But herbs have been used medicinally for centuries.
He has a rather lovely theory that revolves around "felicity," but, in application, his theory is bonkers--the kind of bonkers that, applied medicinally, could kill.
Medicinally, prickly ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) is known as toothache-tree.
Since the beginning they've been worshiped, used medicinally, and even employed as an insecticide.
Rooibos, a plant grown in the Cederberg region of the Western Cape Province, has been used medicinally by South Africans for centuries, and has recently grown in popularity worldwide.