- Definition of jasmine in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of The yellow false jasmine in the Gelseminum sempervirens (see Gelsemium).
- BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL,
- ence of gelseminum over sphincteric action occurred to him, and he determined at once to gelseminum every ten minutes until thirty drops had been taken.
- COLUMN FOR THE CURIOUS.
- ture of gelseminum, given in four-drop doses three times a day.
- Tecoma stans (L.) Juss. ex Kunth ginger-thomas BIGNONIACEAE
- BIGNONIACEAE. Synonyms: Bignonia stans L. Gelseminum stans (L.
- FURTHER OBSERVATIONS AND EXPERIMENTS RE- GARDING
- Gelseminum, the diminution or destruction of the resistance why do only strong impressions cause irradiation, and why not also weak ones?
- Gelseminum Sempervirens. (Yellow Jessamine.) | Henriette's Herbal
- Gelseminum Sempervirens. (Yellow Jessamine.) Gelsemium sempervirens.
- Gelseminum. | Henriette's Herbal Homepage
- The root of Gelseminum sempervirens.—U.S..
- Gelsemin (Gelseminum Sempervirens)
- Oct 22, 2010 COMMON NAMES. Yellow Jessamine, Woodbine, Wild Jessamine. MEDICINAL PART.
- Gelseminum Sempervirens in Tetanus
- Gelseminum Sempervirens in Tetanus. John B. Read.
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