This milk still retains a small amount of antiscorbutic vitamine.
Such, however, was not our experience in respect to the antiscorbutic vitamine.
It was formerly in high repute as a resolvent and antiscorbutic, and, particularly, as a remedy for intermittents.
Most of the other antiscorbutic and anti-venereal drops advertised by quacks have a like composition.
It is only when the monotonous diet does not contain an adequate quantity of antiscorbutic vitamine that it is to be feared.
Rob of Lemon and Orange is an antiscorbutic we were not without.
It has been proposed to introduce the red subacid wines as drinks for our sailors, because of their antiscorbutic qualities.
antiscorbutic, an-ti-skor-būt′ik, adj. acting against scurvy.
They found that all vegetables have antiscorbutic value but to a markedly varying degree.
Infusion of malt (sweet wort, malt tea) is laxative, and has been recommended as an antiscorbutic and tonic.
antiscorbutic an·ti·scor·bu·tic (ān'tē-skôr-byōō'tĭk, ān'tī-)
Preventing or relieving scurvy.