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Dioscorides and De Materia Medica - Myrrh and toothache

Identifier

018081

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

A description of the experience

From DIOSCORIDES - DE MATERIA MEDICA BEING AN HERBAL WITH MANY OTHER MEDICINAL MATERIALS WRITTEN IN GREEK IN THE FIRST CENTURY OF THE COMMON ERA A NEW INDEXED VERSION IN MODERN ENGLISH BY Tess Anne Osbaldeston and RPA Wood  - Introduction

Palliatives for toothache included the resin of Commiphora species.

 

Dr. Duke's  Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases - Superactivity Toothache

Plants Commiphora myrrha (NEES) ENGL. - Burseraceae

Activities

The number in () indicates how many separate chemicals this species has for that activity, for example, Analgesic (3) indicates this species has three separate chemicals that have Analgesic activity.

Analgesic (1)
Anesthetic (2)
Antibacterial (8)

Antiinflammatory (5)

Antioxidant (5)

Antiseptic (5)

Astringent (1)

COX-2-Inhibitor (2)

Candidicide (3)
Candidistat (1)

Cyclooxygenase-Inhibitor (1)

Fungicide (4)
Fungistat (2)

The source of the experience

Dioscorides and De Materia Medica

Concepts, symbols and science items

Concepts

Symbols

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Overloads

Mouth and tooth disease

Suppressions

Myrrh

Commonsteps

References