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Definitions of LAURUS CINNAMOMUM
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Cinnamon bark, which is obtained, also, from the Cinnamomum aromaticum, is stimulant and carminative, and is employed, chiefly, as a grateful aromatic, to cover the taste of nauseous remedies. Dose, gr. X to j. The Flowers, called Cassiae Flores in the shops, possess aromatic and astringent virtues, and may be used wherever cinnamon is required. The volatile oil of the bark- Oleum Cinnamomi- Oil of Cinnamon, is officinal in the Pharm. U. S.
By Robley Dunglison