exopathogen

exopathogen

[¦ek·sō′path·ə·jən]
(plant pathology)
An external, nonparasitic plant pathogen.
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it is typically indicated for acute and chronic cough; cough in phthisis (wasting syndrome), whooping cough, cough occurring with or after the common cold, and for cough due to exopathogens. Its action is said to be warm in nature, rather than dry, and its use is considered calming to the entire respiratory center.