A substance used to counteract venereal diseases. Amaranthus, Anacardium, Aristolochia, Arrabidaea, Bauninia, Bocconia, Bursera, Calotropis, Capparis, Capraria, Casearia, Cassia, Cecropia, Chamissoa, Chiococca, Cissus, Clematis, Commelina, Conocarpus, Copaifera, Corchorus, Costus, Crescentia, Drepanocarpus, Eichhornia, Elaeis, Entada, Equisetum, Genipa, Geonoma, Gouania, Guaiacum, Hippomane, Ipomoea, Isotoma, Jacaranda, Jatropha, Luffa, Mangifera, Mikania, Musa, Myroxylon, Parsonia, Petiveria, Piper, Piscidia, Pistia, Plumeria, Polypodium, Pothomorphe, Prioria, Protium, Pseudelephantopus, Ricinus, Sabicea, Scoparia, Serjania, Smilax, Solanum, Spondias, Tagetes, Tephrosia, Tetracera, Thespesia, Tournefortia, Trichilia, Turnera, Waltheria, Ximenia.

EthnoBotanical Dictionary. 2013.

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  • Antivenereal — An ti*ve*ne re*al, a. Good against venereal poison; antisyphilitic. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • antivenereal — adjective That is used to treat or cure venereal disease …   Wiktionary

  • antivenereal — Rarely used term for preventive or curative of venereal diseases. SYN: antaphroditic (2) …   Medical dictionary

  • antivenereal — …   Useful english dictionary

  • antaphroditic — 1. SYN: anaphrodisiac. 2. SYN: antivenereal …   Medical dictionary

  • Byttneria Aculeata — Jacq. Espina hueca (P); Rabo de iguana (P); Rangay (P); Zarza (P). The plant is regarded as antivenereal and depurative …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

  • Chamissoa Altissima — H.B.K. Beju co pedorro (P). the vine is considered antivenereal …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

  • Guaiacum Officinale — L. Lignum vitae (E); Guayacan (S); Guayaco (C); . Cultivated in Panama, this is one of the heaviest commercial timbers, and one of the more expensive. An extract and the resin from the wood was formerly used as antivenereal, diuretic, stimulant,… …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

  • Turnera Diffusa — Willd. Escobilla (S). Dried leaves, substituted for Chinese tea, are regarded as anticatarrhic, antivenereal, aphrodisiac, laxative, and stimulant …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

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