Definition of Marrubium vulgare
1. Noun. European aromatic herb with hairy leaves and numerous white flowers in axillary cymes; leaves yield a bitter extract use medicinally and as flavoring.
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Literary usage of Marrubium vulgare
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1. Specific Diagnosis and Specific Medication by John William Fyfe, John Milton Scudder (1909)
"It exercises a tonic influence upon the stomach, and is deemed a remedy of curative power in atonic dyspepsia. Marrubium vulgare is tonic, ..."
2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"(1) Marrubium vulgare, L.—Lyte, Prior, p. 117. (2) Ballota nigra, Ij.—E. ... Marrubium vulgare, L. Horn, Buck's. See Buck's-horn. Horn, Devil's. ..."
3. Medicines, their uses and mode of administration by John Moore Neligan (1864)
"Marrubium vulgare. White Horehound. This plant is now omitted from the British Pharmacopoeia, though still retained in many of the Continental; ..."