cathartic

[ kuh-thahr-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF cathartic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATHARTIC

Irritant, cathartic, stimulant, and antiseptic; one to one and a half pounds.

Take a cathartic; notify the physician at once and follow his directions.

Dispensatory: Described as a cathartic with roots tonic and aperient.

Emetic, cathartic with calomel; then sorbentia, chalybeates, Peruvian bark.

From fifteen to twenty grains are an ordinary dose for a cathartic.

Either a cathartic or an emetic will leave the system under some debility.

This opinion is quite in advance of the annual cathartic cleansing.

First, see that the bowels are loose—if not, a cathartic should be given.

Such was their theory, after Louis got that cathartic, and rose from bed.

When given as a medicine, the Cathartic is first received into the stomach.

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