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" The dried hemp plant which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed, is called gunjah. "
Supplement to the Glossary of Indian Terms - Page 304
by Sir Henry Miers Elliot - 1845 - 447 pages
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Transactions of the Pharmaceutical Meetings, Volume 1

Pharmacy - 1843 - 800 pages
...being separated and collected in concrete masses, constitutes the churrus of Nepaul and Hindostan. The dried hemp plant which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed, is called gunjah. The bundles of gunjah are about two feet long, and three inches in diameter, and...
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A Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - Medicine - 1844 - 418 pages
...concreted resinous exudation from the leaves, slender stems, and nuwers. 2. Guvjah. The dried hemp-plant which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed. . Bang, subjee, or sidhee. This consists of the larger leaves and capsules without the stalks. CANNEL...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half ..., Issues 1-3

Medicine - 1845 - 494 pages
...several volatile oils. Its odour is fragrant and narcotic ; taste slightly warm, bitterish, and acrid. The dried hemp plant which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed, is called gunjah. It yields to alcohol twenty per 100 of resinous extract, composed of the resin (churrus)...
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A Cyclopaedia of Practical Receipts: And Collateral Information in the Arts ...

Arnold James Cooley - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1845 - 878 pages
...EXT. CANNABIS INDICI. Prep. (O'Shaughnessy.) Boil the resinous tops of the dried gnnjah (the Indian hemp plant, which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed), in rectified spirit of wine until all the resin is dissolved, then distil off the spirit, and finish...
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Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science ..., Part 916; Part 1846

Robley Dunglison - Medicine - 1846 - 850 pages
...Acacia: gummi — g. Thebaicum, Acacice gummi — g. Tragacantha, Traoracantha. GUMS, GingiviE. GUN J AH. The dried hemp plant, which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed. Ityields to alcohol 20 per cent, of resinous extract, composed of the resin, cA«rru», q. v. and green...
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New Remedies

Robley Dunglison - Chemotherapy - 1846 - 706 pages
...several volatile oils. Its odour is fragrant and narcotic; taste slightly warm, bitterish and acrid. The dried hemp plant, which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed, is called Gunjah. It is made into bundles of 24 plants each. These bundles are 2 feet in length, and...
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The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 4; Volumes 1847-1848

Medicine - 1848 - 910 pages
...a specimen of the last the author is indebted to Dr. Falconer. , 2. tjaiijah. Dr. O'S. describes it to be the dried hemp plant, which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed. The bundles are about two feet long, and contain twenty-four plants. In NW India the name Cfaiyith...
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The Elements of materia medica and therapeutics v.2, 1854, Volume 2

Jonathan Pereira - 1854 - 1248 pages
...gnujah, the other bang. The hniJiif/i of the Arabs differs somewhat from gunjah. a Gunjah.—This is the dried hemp plant which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been re- Cannabii tativa. moved. It is sold in the Calcutta bazaars, for smoking chiefly, in bundles of...
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Medical lexicon

Robley Dunglison - 1854 - 944 pages
...administration. The pure resin — Otmmuiime — is active in the dose of two-thirds of »grain. The dried plant, which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed, called (nujol or tíanjah, JJaKkitch, Hairkich, JJaehuck or Vluuciiitk, of the Arabs, consists of the...
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Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science; Containing a Concise ...

Robley Dunglison - Climatology - 1854 - 960 pages
...administration. The pure ivsin — Cainiabinc — is active in the dose of two-thirds of a grain. The dried plant, which has flowered, and from which the resin has not been removed, called Gnnjah or Ganjah, JJaschisch, lla*<-li left, J/ncftiadi or Clta*rhi*?li, of the Arabs, consists...
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