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“OVARIAN SEDATIVE: Lupulin, ten grains; ergotin, five grains; scutellarin, ten grains; zinc bromide, two grains.”
“_Lupulin_, the glandular powder from the dried strobiles, will induce sleep without causing constipation, or headache.”
“_Lupulin_, the golden dust from the scales (but not the pollen of the anthers, as some erroneously suppose), is given in powder, and acts as a gentle sedative if taken at bedtime.”
“Lupulin, valerian, valerianate of zinc, and hyoscyamus (or with a much less tendency to derange the stomach, _hyoscyamin_ in 1/10 grain doses) all have their value in the less violent cases or toward the close of the struggle.”
“Lupulin, obtained from it, is said to diminish the force of the pulse.”
Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
“Lupulin Threshold Shift: A concept created by Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing Company that attempts to explain a person's ever-growing craving for hops.”
“Lupulin, Merchant explains, is the stuff that gives hops their bite.”
“A formidable beer makes its return tonight: Full Sail's Lupulin, a fresh hop beer so good I gave it my That beer was brewed with fresh Amarillo hops.”
“John Harris, who last year used Amarillo in his Lupulin (unavailable this year), managed a beer without the note, too.”
“The “Lupulin Reunuless” all-star brewers’ revue on Friday is sold out, and the Three Floyds tasting on Wednesday was filling up quickly.”
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