Digestive: neurotropic digestive carminative
, eupeptic, choleretic, antigastritic; ANS: parasympatholytic (strong vagolytic)
It is reported that this effect does not occur through the central nervous system, but rather is related to a peripheral pathway with aromatic, absorbent or carminative
Ginger has been classified as a stimulant and a carminative
and is used to treat colic and dyspepsia
Fennel (Foniculmn vulgare) has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, analgesic, diuretic, laxative, carminative
and expectorant effects.
The plant fruits are used in folk medicine by nomads and people in rural areas as a purgative, anthelmintic, carminative
, anti-rheumatic, anti-diabetic and antipyretic (Maatooq et al 1997; Nmila et al.
It was used for its carminative
(suppressingcramps and flatulence and emmenagogic (enhancing pelvic blood flow) properties.
Traditional Cure series - Liuweidihuang pills to help improve memory, Aplotaxis Carminative
pills for upset stomachs, and pills for a variety of liver and stomach ailments
Chenopodiaceae) is traditionally used as anthelmintic, cardiotonic, carminative
, digestive, diuretic, laxative and also useful in peptic ulcer, dyspepsia, flatulence, strangury, pharyngopathy, splenopathy, opthalmopathy and general debility.
Wan, Pilu, Jal, The fruit is described as beobstruent, Mithidiar, Jhar carminative
alatum Roxb] (Rutaceae) is extensively used in the Indian system of medicine, as carminative
, stomachic and anthelmintic.
The herb is a carminative
, which means it reduces gas, according to "The New Food Lover's Companion.
The valerian root is sedative, mild anodyne, hypnotic, antispasmodic, carminative
, and hypotensive.
Like lemon balm, chamomile is a carminative
herb used to reduce pain, expel gas and settle the stomach.
It is used as a bitter tonic, antiperiodic, expectorant, antibilious, astringent, stomachic, antihelminthic, blood purifier and carminative
(Kirtikar, & Basu, 1935).
Screening for larvicidal activity of ten carminative
plants, Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health, 29, 660-2 (1998); D.