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3 edition of Foxglove fever. found in the catalog.

Foxglove fever.

Salter Fox

Foxglove fever.

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Published by Mitre Press in London .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsPR6056.O873 F6
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p.
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5461810M
ISBN 100705101436
LC Control Number73164412
OCLC/WorldCa678241


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In the course of recording and eventually publishing his findings he found that foxglove extract was an effective method for treating dropsy and heart failure – though he also discovered it could have unpleasant effects if given in too high a dose.

Foxglove–Digitalis purpurea – Welsh – Ffion or Maneg Ellyllyn — The Good People’s Glove. The graceful Foxglove is a downy biennial herb that thrives in acidic soils in a wide range of habitats. In their first year large downy basal leaves are produced, followed in their second year by impressive flower spikes from feet (m) tall.

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Herbs are what are used by medicine cats to heal the sick and injured cats. You chew these into a pulp and it eases the swelling of bee stings. Usually chewed by nursing queens, it produces more milk.

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They say that in the Scottish borders, foxgloves leaves were strewn about babies’ cradles for protection from Foxglove bewitchment, while in Shropshire they were put in children’s shoes for the same reason; not forgetting that the leaves were considered as a cure for Scarlet Fever.

There again, picking foxglove flowers is said to be unlucky. The name "foxglove" was first recorded in the year by Leonhard Fuchs, whose family name, Fuchs, is the German word for "fox" (the plant genus Fuchsia is also named for him).

The genus digitalis is from the Latin digitus (finger), perhaps referencing the shape of the flowers, which accommodate a finger when fully formed.

Thus the name is recorded in Old English as Family: Plantaginaceae. Foxglove Fever × foxglove hedge 2.

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I LOVED this book so much I was carrying it around everywhere, because I seriously could not wait to find out WHO was behind all the craziness/5(51). Foxglove, genus of about 20 species of herbaceous plants in the family Plantaginaceae. Foxgloves are cultivated for their attractive flower spikes, and purple foxglove is the source of the heart-stimulating drug digitalis.

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Low prices & free delivery on eligible orders. Discovery of digitalis. Allegedly, Withering first learned of the use of Digitalis in treating "dropsy" (edema) from "Mother Hutton", an old woman who practiced as a folk herbalist in Shropshire, who used the plant as part of a polyherbal formulation containing over 20 different ingredients to successfully treat this ing deduced that Digitalis was the "active" ingredient in Born: 17 MarchWellington, Shropshire.

Observations on the preparation, utility, and administration of the digitalis purpurea, or foxglove, in dropsy of the chest, consumption, hemorrhage, scarlet fever, measles, & c; including a sketch of the medical history of this plant, and an account of the opinions of those authors who have written upon it, during the last thirty years.

William Withering, W. Bond, 19th century Engraving of Carl Frederik von Breda painting In William Withering, physician and botanist in Birmingham, England, wrote a book describing how for ten years he had used an extract of foxglove to treat patients afflicted swollen legs and abdomen.

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These lists should eventually be replaced by a "troubleshooting" g: Foxglove fever. Foxglove Publishing. likes 2 talking about this. Foxglove Publishing Ltd is a small publishing, editing and photography company, based in Followers: A medicine cat's main job is to heal their fellow Clanmates of their wounds and sicknesses.

They have many ways of doing so, mostly through herbs and berries kept in the medicine cat's herb store inside their den. It has been noted by Erin Hunter that these remedies should never be used on pet cats, and that sick pets should be seen to by a vet instead.= Treatment of wounds=.

An account of the foxglove, and some of Its medical uses, with practical remarks on dropsy, and other diseases by WITHERING, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Foxglove tea was used to treat coughs, colds, and fevers–even after the plant was known to be fatal.

Don’t try it. Foxglove leaves were placed in children’s shoes to prevent Scarlet Fever. In Wales, a black dye was made from the leaves. Lines and crosses were painted on the stone cottage floors to keep witches away.

Foxglove Flower History and Folklore. The foxglove plant has been around for centuries and stories of how it got its name are just as colorful as its flowers. The name ‘foxglove’ seems to derive from one of two stories told in Scandinavia. Foxglove Summer Quotes Showing of 35 “He called it potentia because there's nothing quite like Latin for disguising the fact you're making it up as you go along.” ― Ben Aaronovitch, Foxglove Summer.

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Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Scarlet Fever and Sore 7ltroar or Scarlatina Anginosa, edition of his widely read book on botany inhe be- came increasingly short of breath.

His debilitation left him medicine. An Account of the Foxglove of Account of the Foxglove and of of Digitalis William John Wright & of J Am Coll Cardiol Cited by: 4. William Withering, (born MaWellington, Shropshire, Eng.—died Oct.

6,Sparkbrook, Birmingham, Warwickshire), English physician best known for his use of extracts of foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) to treat dropsy (), a condition associated with heart failure and characterized by the accumulation of fluid in soft tissues.

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