A suffumi-gation, described by AEtius.
Also colutea, scorpioides major, and sena, scorpium, colutea humilis, colutea scorpioides humilis, colutea siliquosa minor, coronilla montana, and lesser scorpion sena; coronilla emerus Lin. Sp. Pi. 1046. It grows on hilly places; its leaves are cathartic, and poor people sometimes gather and use them for that purpose.
Emerus Americanus. See Indicum.
And Emetos, (from to -vomit). The action of vomiting.
The mild emetic of Boer-haave is made by deflagrating one part of crude antimony with two of nitre. By this process all the sulphur is consumed, and a large proportion of oxygen combined with the metal, which reduces it to the state of an inert earth; it is therefore, in every sense, mild.
Emeticum vinum. See Antimoniale vinum. Emetocatharticum, (from and
A medicine which operates both by vomit and stool.
(From a month). See Menses.
(From lint). An epithet for persons, parts of the body, or disorders, that require lint for the cure.
(From and dens). A stupor of the teeth.
(From emoveo, to move out). When used with respect to the mind it signifies a delirium; when relative to some bone, a luxation. Empalement. See Calyx. F.mpasma, (from to sprinkle upon). See Catapas Ma.
(From to mutilate). Mutilated.
(From and a stone). See
E'.mpetrum thymelae foliis, also called sanamun-da, and sea heath spurge; daphne thymelae Lin. Sp. Pi. 509; grows on the coast of Andalusia, and flowers in February. A drachm of the root purges violently. About Gibraltar it is called burhalaga; but only used to heat ovens.
(From to obstruct).
Such topical applications as obstruct the pores when applied to the skin; also named emplastica, emplat-romena.
(From to obstruct). An impediment or Obstruction; the parts of a child which present in an unnatural posture, and obstruct the birth. Hippocrates.
(From to spread upon).