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Image from page 45 of “The American flora : or history of plants and wild flowers : containing their scientific and general description, natural history, chemical and medical properties, mode of culture, propagation , &c., designed as a book of reference
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Title: The American flora : or history of plants and wild flowers : containing their scientific and general description, natural history, chemical and medical properties, mode of culture, propagation , &c., designed as a book of reference for botanists, physicians, florists, gardeners, students, etc.
Year: 1855 (1850s)
Authors: Strong, Asa B
Subjects: Plants Plants Wild flowers Medicinal plants
Publisher: New York : Hull & Spencer
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
Digitizing Sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden

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h much confidence recommend it inthe treatment of this painful and highly dangerous affection. A salve made from the leaves is the best method of preparingit for cancerous affections, it is prepared in the following manner:—Take of top and leaves, any quantity, bruise them in a mortar, andthen press out the juice, put it on plates or flat bottom dishes, andexpose it to the sun for evaporation. When it has become of prop-er consistence to form a paste it ought to be put in earthen or glassvessels to preserve it for use. When applied to the cancer, spreada thin plaster on a soft piece of leather or cloth, of a size suitableto cover the sore. These plasters must be occasionally renewed,washing the cancer with soap suds at each renewal. Two plastershave been known to cure a bad cancer of the female breast; and insome instances one has been sufficient. This remedy has been known by a iew, whose names have beencelebrated in the cure of cancers, but the knowledge of it sold ata high price.

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NAT. ORDER. Lilacece. LIBIUM PHILADELPHICUM. ORANGE OR TIGER LILY. Class VI. Hexandria. Order I. Monogynia. Gen. Char. Corolla six-petaled, bell-shaped, with a long necta-rious line. Capsules the valves connected by cancellated hair. Spe. Char. Leaves verticulate, linear-lanceolate. Nerves hairy be-neath. ^SiJem one to two flowered. Co?-(3//a erect, companuble,spreading. Petals unquiculate. – • The ?oot is large, knotty, and covered with numerous smallsucculent fibres ; the stem is firm, round, upright, simple, and usuallyrises from eighteen to thirty inches in height; the leaves are numer-ous, long, narrow, pointed, smooth, without footstalks, and irregular-ly scattered over the stem; xhejlowers are large, of an orange yel-low, spotted with dark red, and terminate the stem in clusters uponshort peduncles; it has no calyx; the corolla is bell-shaped, consist-ing of six petals, which within are of a beautiful shining white, butwithout ridged, and of a less luminous appearance; the fi

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