Juniperus sabina

Noun1.Juniperus sabina - procumbent or spreading juniper
Synonyms: savin, dwarf juniper

JUNIPERUS SABINA, med. jur. This plant is commonly called savine.
     2. It is used for lawful purposes in medicine, but too frequently for the criminal intent of producing abortion, generally endangering the life of the woman. It is usually administered in powder or oil. The dose of oil for lawful purposes, for a grown person, is from two to four drops. Parr's Med. Dictionary, article Sabina. Fodere mentions a case where a large dose of powdered savine had been administered to an ignorant girl, in the seventh month of her pregnancy, which had no effect on the foetus. It was, however, near taking the life of the girl. Fodere, tome iv. p. 431. Given in sufficiently large doses, four or six grains in the form of powder, kills a dog in a few hours, and even its insertion into a wound has tho same effect. Orfila, Traite des Poisons, tome iii. p. 42. For or a form of indictment for administering savine to a woman quick with child, see 3 Chit. Cr. Law, 798. Vide 1 Beck's Med. Jur. 316,

dwarf juniper, juniper, savin
juniper berries
juniper berry
juniper bush
Juniper worm
juniperic acid
Junipero Serra
Juniperus bermudiana
Juniperus communis
Juniperus communis depressa
Juniperus flaccida
Juniperus horizontalis
Juniperus procera
-- Juniperus sabina --
Juniperus silicicola
Juniperus virginiana
junk bond
Junk bottle
Junk dealer
junk DNA
junk e-mail
junk food
junk heap
Junk hook
junk mail
junk pile
Junk ring
junk shop
Junk vat
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