"And remembered that there were emetics in the cruet-stand," said Father Brown.
Emetics invert the motions of the stomach, duodenum, and œsophagus.
He finds the seat of the distemper in the stomach, and cures it principally by emetics.
Go, my boy; cram her with emetics, then shovel in your purgatives.
Emetics and magnesia or chalk, must be the remedies employed.
The operation of emetics is powerfully promoted by drinking copiously of diluents, especially of warm or tepid water.
Emetics should be avoided in plethoric habits, in hernia, pregnancy, and whenever visceral inflammation is suspected.
In the very early stage, purgatives or emetics are admissible.
In rage he sought his room, and swallowed all the purges and emetics to hand.
The antidotes for nightshade poison are emetics, cathartics, and stimulants.