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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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Banana chips, pastries, furniture, woven products and liniments take center stage as various Bangsamoro communities in Mindanao present their livelihood showcase at a trade fair and expo that opens until Tuesday in a mall here.
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.
Then she moved under a sign that read, "Sloan's Liniments remove swelling.
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.
I would like to know if these companies are still in business, and if they still produce liniments.
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.
Ram's lanolin has a stronger smell, and was formerly esteemed in medical use for certain liniments.
This technique is excellent when used as a contrast therapy with cold compresses or liniments.