The process of putting in contact for some time a plant, or part thereof with a liquid solvent, so that any plant's medicinal substances pass into the liquid. This involves severing the plant first, to be in closer contact with the liquid.
Partially lignified low shrub size, which lacks the main stem.
Individual who, after a proper university education, receiving a bachelor status for medical professional to be able to diagnose diseases.
Material is any substance which, either administered to the body and under certain actions do not always fully known, preserves, heals or relieves a disease.
It is a solution of a medicinal wine. Today it is practically obsolete.
Science of diagnosis and treatment of illness and the preservation of health.
Period in women between 45 and 55 years in which the menses cease.
Presence of gas in the stomach or intestine.
Headache, which usually affects one side of it, and that is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, photophobia, and other annoyances.
Produced contraction of the pupils.
Fungus that develops on decaying organic matter.
Liquid medication intended to act in the oral cavity.
A substance that breaks down the structure of the mucus, making it more liquid and therefore more easily coughed up.
Association between two individuals or populations of different species, both benefit from this relationship. Many times these two species are unable to live separately.
Pain in one or more muscles.
Science and study of fungi.
That dilates the pupil.
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