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Synonyms for carminative

medication that prevents the formation of gas in the alimentary tract or eases its passing

relieving gas in the alimentary tract (colic or flatulence or griping)

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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 effects.
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 and diuretic.
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.
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.