aperients

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Aperients at the commencement of training used to be de rigueur.

Another says, that women's only idea in medicine is calomel and aperients.

It has recently been highly recommended in dyspepsia, combined with other bitters or aperients.

The aperients are causing dyspepsia and intermittent action of the heart, which frightens me.

Chronic constipation has gained for me an unrivalled knowledge of all laxatives, aperients, purgatives and cathartic compounds.

In the first, or inflammatory stages, bleeding and aperients are clearly called for.

Aperients of castor oil, demulcents,9 and a light nutritious diet.

Aperients, mercurials, and aloetic purgatives generally, belong to this class.

Feverish and irritable conditions yield frequently to aperients, or to gelsemium and quinine.

The idea that it tends specially to produce constipation afterwards is unfounded; it does not do so more than other aperients.