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Medical botany : containing systematic and general descriptions, with plates, of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended in the catalogues of the materia medica, as published by the Royal Colleges of Physicians of London and Edinburgh : accompanied with a circumstantial detail of their medicinal effects, and of the diseases in which they have been most successfully employed / by William Woodville ... .  Volume 2 of 4

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  1. Æsculus Hippocastanum Aesculus hippocastanumHorse chestnutView illustrationPlant info
  2. Amomum repens seu CardamomumView illustration 
  3. Amygdalus communis L. Prunus amygdalussweet almondView illustrationPlant info
  4. Anchusa tinctoria Alkanna tinctoriaAlkannaView illustrationPlant info
  5. Anthemis nobilis Chamaemelum nobileRoman chamomileView illustrationPlant info
  6. Anthemis PyrethrumView illustration 
  7. Apium Petroselinum Petroselinum crispumParsleyView illustrationPlant info
  8. Arbutus uva-ursi L.View illustration 
  9. Aristolochia longa L.View illustration 
  10. Aristolochia serpentaria L. Aristolochia serpentariaVirginia snakeroot, Virginia dutchmanspipeView illustrationPlant info
  11. Artemisia abrotanum L. Artemisia abrotanumsouthernwoodView illustrationPlant info
  12. Artemisia Absinthium Artemisia absinthiumAbsinthium, absinth sagewort, absinth wormwood, common sagewortView illustrationPlant info
  13. Artemisia maritima Seriphidium maritimumView illustrationPlant info
  14. Artemisia santonica L.View illustration 
  15. Artemisia vulgaris Artemisia vulgarisCommon wormwood, mugwortView illustrationPlant info
  16. Asarum europæum Asarum europaeumView illustrationPlant info
  17. Astragalus Tragacantha Astragalus massiliensisView illustrationPlant info
  18. Canella alba Canella albaWild cinnamonView illustrationPlant info
  19. Caryophyllus aromaticus L.View illustration 
  20. Cissampelos pareira L.View illustration 
  21. Cistus creticus Cistus incanusHairy rockroseView illustrationPlant info
  22. Curcuma longa L. Curcuma longacommon turmericView illustrationPlant info
  23. Datura stramonium L. Datura stramoniumjimsonweed, Jamestown weed, mad apple, moonflower, stinkwort, thorn appleView illustrationPlant info
  24. Dianthus caryophyllus L. Dianthus caryophylluscarnationView illustrationPlant info
  25. Dictamnus albus Dictamnus albusGasplantView illustrationPlant info
  26. Eryngium maritimum Eryngium maritimumSeaside eryngoView illustrationPlant info
  27. Ficus Carica Ficus caricaEdible fig, common fig, fiku, pikuView illustrationPlant info
  28. Fumaria officinalis Fumaria officinalisDrug fumitoryView illustrationPlant info
  29. Geoffroya inermisView illustration 
  30. Inula helenium L. Inula heleniumelecampane inulaView illustrationPlant info
  31. Juglans regia L. Juglans regiaEnglish walnutView illustrationPlant info
  32. Juniperus communis L. Juniperus communiscommon juniper, dwarf juniper [English], genévrier commun [French]View illustrationPlant info
  33. Juniperus Sabina Juniperus sabinaSavinView illustrationPlant info
  34. Kæmpferia rotunda Kaempferia rotundaKaempferiaView illustrationPlant info
  35. Lilium candidum Lilium candidumMadonna lilyView illustrationPlant info
  36. Linum usitatissimum L. Linum usitatissimumcommon flax, cultivated flaxView illustrationPlant info
  37. Marrubium vulgare L. Marrubium vulgarehorehound, white horehoundView illustrationPlant info
  38. Mimosa Catechu Acacia catechuBlack cutchView illustrationPlant info
  39. Mimosa nilotica Acacia niloticaGum arabic treeView illustrationPlant info
  40. Morus nigra Morus nigraBlack mulberryView illustrationPlant info
  41. Myristica Moschata Myristica fragransNutmegView illustrationPlant info
  42. Orchis mascula L.View illustration 
  43. Panax quinquefolium Panax quinquefoliumView illustrationPlant info
  44. Pastinaca opopanax L.View illustration 
  45. Polygala Senega Polygala senegaSeneca snakeroot, Seneca-snakerootView illustrationPlant info
  46. Prunus domestica Prunus domesticaView illustrationPlant info
  47. Prunus spinosa Prunus spinosaBlackthornView illustrationPlant info
  48. Pyrus Cydonia Cydonia oblongaQuinceView illustrationPlant info
  49. Quassia amara L. Quassia amaraquassia woodView illustrationPlant info
  50. Quassia Simaruba Simarouba amaraView illustrationPlant info
  51. Quercus robur L. Quercus roburEnglish oakView illustrationPlant info
  52. Rhamnus catharticus Rhamnus catharticaCommon buckthorn, carolina buckthorn, European buckthorn, European waythorn, Hart's thorn, nerprun cathartiqueView illustrationPlant info
  53. Ribes nigrum Ribes nigrumEuropean black currantView illustrationPlant info
  54. Ribes rubrum L. Ribes rubrumcultivated currantView illustrationPlant info
  55. Rosmarinus officinalis Rosmarinus officinalisRosemaryView illustrationPlant info
  56. Rubia tinctorum Rubia tinctorumMadderView illustrationPlant info
  57. Rumex acetosa L. Rumex acetosagarden sorrelView illustrationPlant info
  58. Sambucus nigra Sambucus nigraEuropean black elderberry, European black elder, European elderberryView illustrationPlant info
  59. Scilla maritima Urginea maritimaRed squillView illustrationPlant info
  60. Spartium scoparium Cytisus scopariusScotchbroom, English broom, Scotch broomView illustrationPlant info
  61. Spigelia marilandica Spigelia marilandicaWoodland pinkroot, IndianpinkView illustrationPlant info
  62. Styrax benzoin Dryand.View illustration 
  63. Styrax officinale Styrax officinalisDrug snowbellView illustrationPlant info
  64. Tanacetum vulgare L. Tanacetum vulgarecommon tansy, garden tansy, tansyView illustrationPlant info
  65. Thymus serphyllum L. Thymus serphyllumView illustrationPlant info
  66. Thymus vulgaris Thymus vulgarisGarden thymeView illustrationPlant info
  67. Valeriana officinalis L. Valeriana officinalisgarden valerian, garden heliotropeView illustrationPlant info
  68. Veratrum album Veratrum albumWhite false helleboreView illustrationPlant info
  69. Verbascum Thapsus Verbascum thapsusCommon mullein, big taper, flannel mullein, flannel plant, great mullein, mullein, velvet dock, velvet plant, woolly mulleinView illustrationPlant info
  70. Viola odorata Viola odorataSweet violetView illustrationPlant info
 
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