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of·fic·i·nal

 (ə-fĭs′ə-nəl, ô′fĭ-sī′nəl, ŏf′ĭ-)
adj.
1. Readily available in pharmacies; not requiring special preparation.
2. Recognized by a pharmacopoeia: an officinal herb.

[French, from Medieval Latin officīnālis, of a storeroom or workshop, from Latin officīna, workshop, alteration of opificīna, from opifex, opific-, workman : opus, work; see op- in Indo-European roots + facere, to do; see dhē- in Indo-European roots.]

of·fic′i·nal·ly adv.

officinal

(ɒˈfɪsɪnəl; ˌɒfɪˈsaɪnəl) pharmacol
adj
1. (Pharmacology) (of pharmaceutical products) available without prescription
2. (Botany) (of a plant) having pharmacological properties
n
3. (Pharmacology) an officinal preparation or plant
4. (Botany) an officinal preparation or plant
[C17: from Medieval Latin officīnālis, from Latin officīna workshop; see office]
ofˈficinally adv

of•fic•i•nal

(əˈfɪs ə nl)

adj.
1. kept in stock by apothecaries, as a drug.
2. recognized by a pharmacopoeia.
[1710–20; < Medieval Latin officīnālis of a store or workshop < Latin officina workshop, derivative of opifex artisan. See office]
of•fic′i•nal•ly, adv.
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And of course there are all the perfumed flowers that perform both day and night like lilies, roses and Jasminum officinale.
Background: 6-Shogaol, one of the main bioactive constituents of Zingiber officinale has been shown to possess various therapeutic properties.
This combined synergistically with the anti-inflammatory actions of Zingiber officinale (ginger, fresh rhizome x 1 heaped tablespoon) which also exhibits powerful antiemetic, carminative (12) and spasmolytic actions.
Un enw Saesneg ar y cyfardwf ydi knitbone, ac mae'n tarddu o enw gwyddonol y planhigyn, sef Symphytum officinale.
Holmgren (1962) collected six submerged vascular species, Potamogeton alpinus, Potamogeton nodosus, Potamogeton pectinatus, Zannichellia palustris, Ranunculus gmelinii, and Nasturtium officinale, as well as the macro-algae Cladophora and Chara.
Jasminum officinale is a fast-growing climbing plant that produces an abundance of little white flowers from June all the way through to October.
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The scholar in his research has proved that the extracts of Bacopa moniera, Zingiber officinale and cannabis sativa have the potential to relieve cancer chemotherapy induced vomiting.
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