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Synonyms for alterative

tending to cure or restore to health

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There are alteratives like fascinators, feathers, and combs.
Stable companions Cherry Mix and Sights On Gold look more likely alteratives for the race, and the former, along with Alan Swinbank's Collier Hill, has a Group 1 penalty.
In the western herbal tradition, one of the cornerstones of maintaining health is the idea of removing toxicity by cleansing the blood, using good diet and a category of herbs known as "alteratives," which alter the body's environment for the better, gently cleansing the blood and therefore the body in subtle ways.
"Senior Alteratives' mission has been to provide seniors, caregivers, and healthcare professionals with readily available, comprehensive resources for the growing options available in today's housing and healthcare markets," said Anita Kremer, president of Senior Alternatives for Living.
Eric Forster SPORT: Pardew opted out of dropping Papiss Cisse "There are no credible striker alteratives. We've been banging on about that all year - shameful for one of the best supported clubs in the land." Monks Lovechips ENTERTAINMENT: "Hebburn Series 2 in the can.