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Synonyms for antispasmodic

a drug used to relieve or prevent spasms (especially of the smooth muscles)

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We audited the analgesic, anti-emetic and anti-spasmodic drug usage of patients undergoing high-dose-rate brachytherapy for prostate cancer at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Anybody who knows that an anti-spasmodic like Baclofen has at least 30 known side effects, including diabetes, would suggest an alternative.
For crampy abdominal pain, try Wild Yam, a plant of local woodlands that is a great anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory for the digestive tract.
Used for many years in South Africa to calm stomach problems and colicky babies as well as to relieve eczema and other skin conditions when applied topically, Rooibos is rich in antioxidants shown to be both anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory.
Drug treatment for patients with diarrheal symptoms usually starts with either an anti-spasmodic or an antidiarrheal agent; in some cases, the two classes are used together.
GINGER is a wonderful ingredient and has anti-spasmodic qualities.
If smooth muscle spasms are a problem, an anti-spasmodic, such as belladonna, should be employed.
Medical treatment may vary from advice on diet and relaxation to the use of anti-spasmodic drugs or bulking agents.
The Dixie X Synergy 1:1 ratio of CBD and THC offers many benefits as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic solution.
Our goal was to investigate the anti-spasmodic effects of the standardized Perilla leaf extract and to show that also the newly identified molecule Vicenin 2 has anti-spasmodic effects.
It also has an anti-inflammatory action and acts as an anti-spasmodic to alleviate any associated pain.
Eclectic physicians favored it specifically as an anti-spasmodic for bilous colic and for nausea and vomiting with preganancy, painful gastro-intestinal spasms, dysmenorrhea, indigestion and "chronic gastritis of drunkards.
RICHARD CRONIN COMPLETES A RECENT TALLY OF THE INFAMOUS SPASMODIC poets with the unusual addition of Arthur Hugh Clough, a darling of Rugby and Oxford and a bosom-friend of the fervently anti-Spasmodic Matthew Arnold.