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[177] physicians during the war in large quantities, in most of the instances being the only medicines of the kind to be had: ***

imported articles.substitute.
Columbo, QuassiaYellow root, Spanish flies, potato bugs, powdered leaves of butternut
JalapWild Jalap, Mulberry bark, Butternut, Dock, Wild potato vine, Amer Columbo
Quinine and Peruvian BarkTulip tree bark, Dogwood, Cotton-seed tea, Chestnut root and bark, Thoroughwort, Spanish oak bark, Knob grass, Willow bark
DigitalisBlood-root, Wild cherry, Pipsissiwa, Bugle weed, Jasmine
ConiumAmerican hemlock
OpiumAmerican hemlock, Motherwort
SarsaparillaWild Sarsaparilla, Soapwort, Yellow parilla, China briar, Queen's delight
FlaxseedWatermelon seed
Gum ArabicLow mallows, apple, pear and quince gum, Balm, Watermelon seed
GuaiacumBoxwood, Poke, Prickly ash
IpecacWild Jalap, Carolina hipps
MezereonPrickly ash
Kino and CatechuCranesbill
SennaWild Senna
TanninSmooth sumac
Olive oilPeanut oil, Beech-nuts oil, Cotton-seed oil
LaudanumHops, Motherwort
AcaciaSlippery elm bark, Sassafras pith

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