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Its produce was at first known as a kind of honey, and recognised as an expectorant and comforting medicine.

Large doses are said to be emetic and smaller doses tonic and expectorant.

Ginseng and Other Medicinal PlantsA. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding

Antispasmodic, expectorant, and tonic, and in quantity emetic.

Thus Ammonia and volatile oils are Expectorant and Diaphoretic.

The Action of Medicines in the SystemFrederick William Headland

Its present use is that of an astringent, tonic, and alterative, and also that of an expectorant.

Ginseng and Other Medicinal PlantsA. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding

This tincture is reputed pectoral and expectorant; but it is chiefly used as an adjuvant in mixtures, on account of its flavour.

Highly useful as an expectorant in coughs, colds, and all affections of the lungs.

Ipecacuanha is very frequently used as an expectorant in cases in which the bronchial secretion is deficient.

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