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bilious

affected with or denoting any disorder related to excess secretion of bile
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R.vesicarius has been utilised customarily for toothache, nausea, as cooling agent, as an astringent, as an appetizer, anti-venom, insect bite, and seeds for dysentery.3 In the ayurvedic system of medication, it was used as laxative, stomachic, analgesic, heart trouble, biliousness, anti-tumour, flatulence, dyspepsia, spleen disease, cough, asthma, bronchitis and alcoholism.4 In another tribe medicine, it was utilised to eradicate piles, constipation and hiccup.
His biliousness and vitriol scattered above a hypnotic, vicious and eviscerating sound from his band that blends elements of punk, trance, electro into an irresistible up tempo groove.
The roots and seeds are considered anthelmintic and antidiarrheal, and also used for biliousness and in syphilis (Rahman, 2013).
His health, at least from Harte's view, was in shambles and he complained at once of neuralgia, rheumatism, dyspepsia, bronchitis, biliousness, bad teeth and hay fever.
The different parts of the plant are used for various ailments like Cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, eye complaints, pimples, diuretic, tonic properties, biliousness, aphrodisiac, the stem bark ground with white layer of country egg, turmeric and calcium and bandaged on wounds and bone fractures [2] Other than these pharmacological uses, the koyaguda local people named this plant as kumudmara and they used raw fruits as vegetables.
The same for butter, except that the coloring matter also contains a vile and indigestible substance, poisonous to the liver and doubtless responsible for the biliousness so common today.
When he travels he is always in advance of his companions, so as to get first to the inn, and choose the best room and the best bed for himself; he makes use of everybody, and his own and other people's servants run about and do his errands; everything is his he lays his hands on, even clothes and luggage; he disturbs every one, but does not inconvenience himself for anybody; he pities no one, and knows no other indispositions but his own, his overfeeding and biliousness; he laments no person's death, fears no one's but his own, and to redeem his own life, would willingly consent to see the entire human race become extinct.
Maud's biliousness is a felt fact, hidden by speech.