Definition of Liniment. Meaning of Liniment. Synonyms of Liniment

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Definition of Liniment

Liniment
Liniment Lin"i*ment (l[i^]n"[i^]*ment), n. [L. linimentum, fr. linire, linere, to besmear, anoint : cf. F. liniment. Cf. Letter, Lime a viscous substance.] A liquid or semiliquid preparation of a consistence thinner than an ointment, applied to the skin by friction, esp. one used as a sedative or a stimulant.

Meaning of Liniment from wikipedia

- Liniment (from the Latin linere, to anoint), or embrocation, is a medicated topical preparation for application to the skin. Sometimes called balms or...
- Vishnevsky liniment or balsamic liniment is a topical medication which has been used to treat wounds, burns, skin ulcers and suppurations. Developed by...
- and compounds, but containing no properties of snakes,) as "snake oil liniment", making frivolous claims about its efficacy as a panacea. Patent medicines...
- Minard's is a brand of liniment. Like other patent medicines, Minard's was sold by its creator with exaggerated claims. Dr. Levi Minard the King of Pain...
- Zheng Gu S**** is a brand of traditional Chinese liniment produced by Guangxi Yulin Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd. Literally translated, the name means...
- notably, the stimulant laxative Fletcher's Castoria and the ointment Centaur Liniment. The company is historically significant in that it was a driving force...
- in the mid-1920s. The original rubbing alcohol was literally used as a liniment for m****age; hence the name. This original rubbing alcohol was rather different...
- on the sales of the liniment in the Netherlands and South America. The big seller that year was the 25-cent-size bottle of liniment; other sizes were retailed...
- Opodeldoc is a medical plaster or liniment invented, or at least named, by the German Renaissance physician Paracelsus in the 1500s. In modern form opodeldoc...
- Croton oil (Crotonis oleum) is an oil prepared from the seeds of Croton tiglium, a tree belonging to the order Euphorbiales and family Euphorbiaceae, and...
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