heal-all

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English[edit]

Prunella vulgaris

Etymology[edit]

heal +‎ all

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heal-all (countable and uncountable, plural heal-alls)

  1. A small, herbaceous European plant with blue-violet flowers; Prunella vulgaris.
    Synonym: selfheal
  2. A remedy for all diseases.
    Synonym: panacea
    • 1996, Public Health Reports (volume 111, issue 4, page 554)
      Widely used in Argentina as a heal-all, propoleum is found in a variety of forms, from candies to syrups.

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