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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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These showy flowers in their glowing colours and different shapes, from simple daisy flowers to huge fluffy balls come originally from China where they have been used medicinally for centuries.
Hershberg Award for Important Discoveries in Medicinally Active Substances and the 2004 ACS Division of Medicinal Chemistry Award.
I can tell you first hand that his parents were on a tireless, never-ending quest to get and provide him with the absolute best care anyone could ever ask for and need - medically, physically, emotionally, medicinally and spiritually.
The festival also recognizes those who use the marijuana medicinally, a legal practice in Oregon for those who register with the state.
Medicinally, Raspberry leaf is used as a uterine tonic to tighten and tone the structure of the organ, while Hawthorn berries are used as a tonic to the heart and blood vessels.
The oil from the seeds is still used medicinally and in many household commodities including soap.
But desperately sick people are being dragged through the courts for using cannabis medicinally.
Shakur, 25, remained in a medicinally induced coma and on life support Wednesday at University Medical Center in Las Vegas.
Later it was used medicinally by the Romans, and by healers and housewives through the centuries until the present day.
The company's universal, unbiased, affinity-based technologies, coupled with millions of diverse medicinally relevant compounds, provide an unmatched efficiency in lead discovery and optimization.
While we are familiar with looking to herbal formulas for medicinal value, spices also have much to offer medicinally.
Historically the leaves were used medicinally as astringents to staunch wounds and also as a tea made from the flowering tips for stimulating the liver and for female disorders.