cataplasm

[ kat-uh-plaz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF cataplasm

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And he jotted it down in his note-book, near the prices of Dare Devil and Cataplasm.

This Cataplasm is also highly commended by some in the Gout.

On the next day, the inflammation had greatly subsided; the cataplasm and lotion were continued.

Make a cataplasm of bean meal and salad oil, and lay it to the place afflicted.

A cataplasm applied in inflammations, Anthony's fire, &c., represses them.

A cataplasm of the juice, with rye meal, is good against luxations and ruptures.

Curumilla, after having washed the wounds with clean cold water, applied a cataplasm to them of bruised oregano leaves.

A plaster or cataplasm, with opium and camphor on the region of the stomach, will sometimes revert its retrograde motions.

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