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Liniments

 

a form of medication; liquid salves that melt at body temperature and are rubbed into the skin or applied to the affected parts.

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Prepared in salves, shampoos, liniments, and sprays for everything from skin irritations, to seasonal itches, skin abrasions and support for hair regrowth and hooves, Zephyr's Garden's products are made using only pure, top quality natural ingredients.
Application of liniments, analgesics, plant hydrosols, and essential oil blends immediately after the cupping will enable the absorption of the product deep into the tissue.
Treatment can involve liquids known as tinctures, tablets, capsules, syrups, creams and liniments.
Olives are primarily cultivated for their oil, which is used as salad dressing and in other foods, but olive oil is also used in ointments or liniments, castile and other soaps, lubricants in wool combing, food preservation (sardines) and cosmetics.
At such times the passengers would call down encouragingly to the toilers of the rope, exhorting them to patience, and holding out hopes of possible compensation in another world for the hardness of their lot, while others contributed to buy salves and liniments for the crippled and injured.
Often applied through massage oils, lotions, liniments, or compresses, essential oils reduce pain by different mechanisms:
A high-rolling Wall Street financier at just age 27, Bateman is the C-3PO of personal hygiene, marching to a daily regimen of 1,000 stomach crunches and enough bath liniments to push up Estee Lauder stock at least four points.
I know if Craig Brown opened his, he'd find himself covered in the splints, liniments, bandages, pain killers, gargles, iodine and the elasticated shorts he's needed to keep his injury-stricken show on the road these past six years.
Opium was freely available in pills, powders, plasters, liniments, lozenges, syrups, suppositories, or in solution with alcohol spirit in the form of laudanum.