vulnerary


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The preparation is vulnerary in cases of chronic cutaneous wounds.
It has been shown to have gastroprotective properties, including an anti-inflammatory, vulnerary and chemopreventative actions.
diuretic, vermifuge, sedative, tonic, and vulnerary (wound healing) properties.
Allophylus serratus (Roxb) Kurz, family Sapindaceae is astringent, better, sweet, anti-inflammatory, vulnerary, digestive, carminative and constipating.
The latex is bitter and said to have marked antiperiodic action and it is reported to be collected and dried and used as vulnerary.
Known to possess the properties of being antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, anti-allergenic, anti-fungal, vulnerary and expectorant, honey also increases calcium absorption and is a known immune stimulant and tonic.
Brekke continued, "The devices based on this trio of patents are designed to function either as independent entities, relying on host tissue to supply vulnerary cells appropriate for tissue repair and regeneration, or as three dimensional cell culture constructs employing cell seeding prior to implantation.
Calendula has antimicrobial, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, antiphiogistic (inflammation reducing) and vulnerary (wound healing) actions.