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I find it stated that seed of bupleuron1 is given for injuries inflicted by serpents; and that the wound is fomented with a decoction of the plant, in combination with leaves of the mulberry or of origanum.2

1 See B. xxii. c. 35.

2 See B. xx. c. 67.

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