|herbal remedy||ginkgo biloba|
|act of compensating, compensation, correction, act of remedying a problem or injustice; compensation, damages awarded for injustice or injury, dress again; correct a wrong, remedy an injustice; compensate, pay damages for an injustice or injury, impose...||redress|
|action to remedy death||wrongful death action|
|art and science of disease treatment and health maintenance; medication, remedy, drug; substance used for medical treatment, drug for treating illness, medical profession, ritual practice or sacred object, treatment of illness, treatment using drugs||medicine|
|balm, healing ointment; remedy, curative, anything that soothes or heals, ease pain or worry, salvage something, something that soothes or calms, relieve; remedy, cure, heal; salvage, save from destruction, rescue, soothing ointment||salve|
|by homeopathic means, through a method in which disease is treated with small doses of a remedy that would produce symptoms of a disease in a healthy person||homeopathically|
|capable of curing, healing agent, remedy, antidote, drug, medicinal, remedial, therapeutic, medicine or medical treatment||curative|
|chemical worm killer, drug or poison for killing worms (especially parasitic intestinal worms), remedy for parasitic worms||vermicide|
|claim property as right, lay something down as rule, order use of medication, recommend something as remedy, set down regulations, write an order form for medication; order remedies or treatment (about a doctor); recommend, advise||prescribe|
|coltsfoot, perennial Eurasian herb in the composite family with flower heads resembling dandelion and large basal leaves; dried leaves or flower heads of this plant (used in herbal medicine for the treatment of coughs)||foalfoot|
|complementary disease treatment system, method for treating disease in which a patient receives small doses of a remedy that would produce symptoms of the disease in a healthy person||homeopathy|
|desperate remedy||last resort|
|drink brewed from malt, drink of beer, herbal drink, type of alcoholic drink, bottle of beer||beer|
|drug-free medical treatment, natural healing, healing with herbal remedies instead of traditional medicine, natural medicine||naturopathy|
|false or phony remedy; panacea, ineffective remedy, quack remedy||nostrum|
|fetch game, get data, get something back, recover, regain; bring back, fetch; find and bring back; rescue, save; find information and display it as output (Computers), remedy something, remember something, restore something, retrieving of something, re...||retrieve|
|full of growing herbs, of aromatic herbs, with herbal taste or smell||herby|
|herbal beverage||tisane; ptisan|
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