camphorated


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cam·phor·at·ed

(kam'fō-rā-ted),
Containing camphor.

camphorated

(kăm′fŏ-rāt″ĕd)
Combined with or containing camphor.
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There was camphorated oil and Mentholatum - a forerunner of Vick - and senna pods, a laxative given on Friday nights whether I needed them or not and I certainly didn't.
Yes, I'll grant it must be challenging to spend yet another long night beside a spluttering, camphorated, high-decibel wreck.
10,12-28) In addition, the majority of these cases involved unintentional overdose and included camphorated oil, which is no longer available.
Since some does object to the handling of the baby rabbits, you should first remove the doe from her hutch, then when you replace her rub a small amount of camphorated oil or mentholatum on the tip of her nose.
The two little ones sniffed and snuffled all day in the nursery under Louisas eye, but Delia and Lucy were really bad and lay in bed, their chests well rubbed with camphorated oil and a fire blazing up the chimney.
ZamBuk was the all-singing, all-dancing camphorated herbal green gunge in small, round silver tins that parents of yore trowelled onto their kids' cuts, grazes, bruises, gnat bites and much else.
There were things in there that wouldn't have been out of place in the armoury of a medieval apothecary: camphorated oil, wintergreen, oil of eucalyptus and senna pods to name a few.
He had an inbuilt knowledge and trust in the old ways, though I hated some of his remedies with a passion particularly the goose grease on flannel I had to endure wrapped around my chest and the camphorated oil rubbed on the soles of my feet when I had whooping cough.