(From forgetfulness, and slothful). Lethargy; veternus. See Caros and Apoplexia.
(From and as it only differs from the chrysanthemum in the white floret). A name also for the common and other species of camomile. See Chamaemelum.
Leucanthemum Canariense; chamaemelum Ca-nariense. The effects are the same as those of the pel-litory root, if chewed.
(From white, and a thorn). See Calcitrapa officinalis.
See Lamium luteum.
(From white). See Alphus.
(From white, and a violet).
(From white, and a herb). See Valeriana sylvestris.
(From white). See Albugo.
Leucoma nephelium. See Achlys.
(From white, and water lily). See Nymphaea.
(From white, and phlegm). In leucophlegmatia, Aretaeus observes, the flesh is not wasted as in anasarca, and it is more easily cured: indeed it is only the beginning of anasarca. Sometimes this word signifies an empthy-sema.
(From white, and pepper). See Piper album.
And Leucorrhois, (from white, and to flow). See Fluor Albus.
Since that article was printed, we find cantharides proposed as a remedy for this disease, in consequence of its resemblance to gleet. It was given, it is said, by Greenfield with success; and, indeed, a topical stimulant may be occasionally useful. The balsam, copaiba is probably no more.
(From the food passing quickly). See Lienteria.
(From frankincense ). Cachrys, cachrysea, fennel herb, frankincense, athamanta libanotis Lin. Sp. Pl. 351, more probably laserpitium ferulaceum Lin. 358, grows on mountains in Italy and Sicily, and flowers in May. It is also a name for several sorts of laserpitium,ferula glauco folio, ferula minor, rosmarinus, oreoselinum opii, and several other plants.