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Efficiency of aperient recovery is defined as amount of absorbed nutritional element per unit of consumed nutritional element, it state as percentage and can be calculated from below equation:
Aperient Tea contains Cleavers, Yarrow and Cassia and can be used daily.
I mention the circumstance here, thinking it probable that this is the first occasion on which the valuable medicine in question was ever used as a conversational aperient.
We were routed direct for Colombo, but off the Leeuwin, after having lost ten horses received permission to proceed to Gage Roads to procure the aperient.
Not a very interesting formulation perhaps: one might have supposed there was more constructive originality in Sir William Napier's reference, in 1828, to Napoleon confronting the rebellious Spanish hoping, 'by grasping as it were the ganglia of the insurrection, to reduce it to a few convulsive motions,' or even in the title of a political pamphlet of 1840, A Vegetable Aperient for the Body Politic: or, Cheap Bread a Cure for Low Profits.
It is alterative, lymphatic tonic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, aperient and hepatic.