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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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Arva is the name bestowed upon a root the properties of which are both inebriating and medicinal.
The water is held in high estimation by the islanders, some of whom consider it an agreeable as well as a medicinal beverage; they bring it from the mountain in their calabashes, and store it away beneath heaps of leaves in some shady nook near the house.
Let us see what your medicinal springs and waters are like, and where they are situated.
He is a great fellow," said Fred, to whom these cheerful truths had a medicinal taste, "and no trouble to anybody.
The same result has followed from keeping together different varieties of the medicinal leech.
The Reverend Septimus yielded himself up quite as willing a victim to a nauseous medicinal herb-closet, also presided over by the china shepherdess, as to this glorious cupboard.
I followed my aunt with a modest medicinal peace-offering, in the shape of a bottle of salts.
It would save the men, the ship, break the spell by its medicinal virtue, make time of no account, the weather but a passing worry and, like a magic powder working against mysterious malefices, se- cure the first passage of my first command against the evil powers of calms and pestilence.
With almost four decades of success, Traditional Medicinals Inc.
Some botanists specialize in botanical surveys; they can walk your land and catalog your existing plants, letting you know if your land already hosts rare medicinals.
Josef Brinkman of Traditional Medicinals indicts every person in the supply chain as being responsible for overharvesting.
To mark the beginning of Non-GMO month, Traditional Medicinals is celebrating the Non-GMO Project verification of its more than 50 teas.