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Inguinalis1 again, or, as some persons call it, "argemo," a plant commonly found growing in bushes and thickets, needs only to be held in the hand to be productive of beneficial effects upon the groin.

1 The "Groin plant." Probably the came as the Bubonion of B. xxvii. c. 19.

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