It also is used to ripen eruptive diseases such as measles; and promotes diaphoresis, making it useful for fevers.
During the ongoing eruptive phase of the volcano, 19 people lost their lives in July 1997.
Geochronological and geochemical data for the volcanic complex demonstrating Late Pleistocene eruptive activity were reported by Lohnert and Worner et al..
St. George's Hill and Garibaldi Hill are interpreted as tectonically uplifted volcanic sequences from early eruptive activity of Soufriere Hills volcano.
Elder flowers are a popular herbal treatment for all bronchial and pulmonary affections, scarlet fever, measles and other eruptive diseases.
Since 1952, there have been 34 eruptions, and since 1983, eruptive activity has been nearly continuous.
During the downslope extension of the eruptive fracture system, effusive activity is always restricted to the lowest portion of the growing system, whereas in its uppermost part mainly degassing takes place.
East African volcanoes are famous for their carbonatites, and most of the eruptive magmas were rich in alkalis and natrocarbonatite.
In contrast, oceanic island, oceanic plateau and seamount volcanism is distinctive in composition and eruptive style from the activity at plate margins.
Herbs with a floating energy have diaphoretic properties and are used for the initial stages of colds, flus, fevers and eruptive skin diseases.