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Synonyms for liniment

a medicinal liquid that is rubbed into the skin to relieve muscular stiffness and pain


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Danarra seems to combine therapeutic benefits of old-fashioned Asian liniments and today's trendy aromatherapy oils.
What sets Efficascent Oil apart from other brands is its 60 years of delivering comfort and love to every home, long before other liniments came out.
It has been long before other liniments came out and it has survived the test of time.
One chapter is devoted to making herbal teas, tinctures, ointments, liniments, and essential oils from plants.
Similarly, digital culture is one of the liniments of its young democracy and a fertilizer of its participatory citizenship.
In response to the devastation, generous supplies of Zephyr's Garden skin rescue salves, liniments, poultices and sprays will arrive Saturday to help Louisiana's flood-affected horses.
She sat under an advertisement that read, "Coming Soon: The Gold Dust Twins." Then she moved under a sign that read, "Sloan's Liniments remove swelling." I was even more amused when she sat under a shaving advertisement that read, "William's Stick Did the Trick." Then I could not control myself any longer when, on the fourth move, she sat under an advertisement that read, "Dunlop Rubber Would Have Prevented This Accident." The case was dismissed
And you can also buy liniments, gels, and ointments that contain anti-inflammatory medications.
THERE is no convincing evidence that liniments and balms work on sore muscles and joints, experts said.
I itch to open them, rummage through for fixatives and liniments,
Liniments of vinegar, something called stavesacre, honey, sulphur and oil, would destroy mice in your wig in the 18th Century.
Then be sure to stock some simple over-the-counter remedies, such as aspirin, liniments, diarrhea medications, cold medications, and vitamins--again, in their packaging.