carminative


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carminative

a drug used to relieve flatulence
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Moreover, parents were not averse to giving children popular forms of opiates, like Godfrey's Cordial and Dalby's Carminative, for teething and restlessness (pp.
Ginger root is both a carminative and antispasmodic.
It has been shown that Rosemary is an antispasmodic, mild analgesic, carminative, diuretic, digestive remedy and nervine.
GastriCare supports the gastrointestinal function through a combination of mechanisms, such as defoaming action, a reduction in surface tension and as a carminative.
The seeds of the plant Nigella sativa, more commonly known as Kalajira or Black Cumin, were used in Egyptian folk medicine as a diuretic and carminative, as well as treatment for asthma, respiratory oppression, and coughs.
He further said that traditional use of these plants has been associated with soothing, carminative, anxiolytic, sedative, and hypnotic effects.
in the treatment of asthema,diabet and high blood pressure Alhagi camelurum to treat Kidney stones Cuminumcyminum antispasmodic and carminative Plantago ovata as sound eclips and used as soup provides dominance of herbaceous plant in the area due to heavy grazing and drought and climatic factors and Topography it should be noted that the highest use of medicinal plants in the area such as Sirjan area related to disease Gastrointestinal [17].
Since extracting the effective agent(s) from these herbs is uneconomic, it is better to use them in the form of mixtures as some herbs have a galactogouge property besides the capacity to improve the palatability and are carminative to aide the digestion process.
arteries, a carminative, an antispasmodic, an antiepileptic, a narcotic,
of these aromatic, stimulating, and carminative spices on a regular basis helps maintain the health of the digestive fire (agni) and the entire GI tract.