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  1. ... may not desire to exhibit by the mouth. Mastic. (See Pistacia Lentiscus.) Matica. Matico. Piper Angustifolium. The leaves.—The first ... powder of pepper, is a very good discutient. Pistacia Lentiscus. Mastic.—This article has been intro- duced to our ...
  2. ... lead. Massoy cortex. See Cortex massoy. Masterwort. Imperatoria. Mastic. Pistacia lentiscus. MASTICATION. (Masticatio; from mastico, to chew.) Chewing. The ...
  3. ... laxative. Lenitive Electuary. See Confectio Sennce. LENTISK. The Pistacia lentiscus or mastic tree. LEONTICE THALICTROIDES. See Cnulophyllum Thalietroides. LEONTODON TARAXACUM. ...
  4. ... lb. Sell oz. MASTIC. Mastiche, U. S. Resin from Pistacia Lentiscus. Mastic, Fr. Mastix, Gr. Stimulant and diuretic ; chiefly used ...
  5. ... tiche. Mastic. A concrete resinous exudation from the Pistacia lentiscus. See Mastic. Mas'ticin, or Mas'ticine. A peculiar principle ...
  6. ... The concrete resinous exudation, mastic, yielded by the Pistacia Lentiscus (the Mastic or Lentisk Tree), is often quite a useful ...
  7. ... Mastich-tret. See Pistacia lentiscus. Mastich.wood. See Pistacia lentiscus. Mastic helje'um. (From pa^ixn-i mastich, and tXatov, oiL) Oil of mastich. Masti'china. (Diminutive of mastiche.) See lhy- mus ... See Pistacia lentiscus. MASTODYNIA. (From pa^-os, a breast, and oSvrn, ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - A compend of pharmacy 
    Publication: Philadelphia : P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1895
    ... and a bitterish, slightly acrid taste. MASTICHE, U. S.—Mastic. —A concrete, resinous exudation from Pistacia Lentiscus, containing a resin (mastichic acid, C2OH32O2), which is ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - An introduction to physiological and systematical botany 
    Publication: Boston : Published by Bradford and Read ..., 1814
    ... manner durable, though the proper leaves fall. The Mastic-tree, Pistacia Lentiscus, is often laden, in the south of Europe, ...
  10. NLM Digital Collections - An introduction to physiological and systematical botany 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Published by Anthony Finley, and Bradford and Read, Boston, 1814
    ... manner durable, though the proper leaves fall. The Mastic-tree, Pistacia Lentiscus, is often laden, in the south of Europe, ...
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