diaphoretic[ dahy-uh-fuh-ret-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF diaphoretic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIAPHORETIC
Dr. Bidie states that the action is diaphoretic and expectorant.
It should always be combined with some medicine which will assist its diaphoretic action.
Thus Ammonia and volatile oils are Expectorant and Diaphoretic.
As a diaphoretic, in inflammatory affections and rheumatism.
A wineglassful every 1⁄2 hour or hour; as a diaphoretic and expectorant.
The refined product is said to be antispasmodic, anodyne, and diaphoretic.
It is stimulant, diaphoretic, and expectorant; is used in quinsy, and by the native doctors of Travancore in catarrhal affections.
As diaphoretic antimony (over which it possesses no advantage), merely using the metal instead of the sulphide.
The leaves of a tree belonging to the family Bignoniace, employed in Brazil as a diaphoretic, diuretic, and alterative tonic.
The genus is described as tonic, diaphoretic, and in large doses emetic and aperient.