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In France, ibogaine was sold and prescribed as an antidepressant and stimulant called Lambarene for more than 30 years until the 1960s, when the government outlawed the sale of ibogaine.
In a 2017 mouse study, for example, wounds healed faster in animals that were previously exposed to an inflammatory stimulant.
Niopo is a powerful stimulant, a small portion of it producing violent sneezing in persons unaccustomed to its use.
As, during the whole pepper-harvest, they feed wholly on this stimulant, they become exceedingly irritable.
Taken internally, camphor is a nerve stimulant, a diaphoretic and a feeble antipyretic.
But to Charity the heat was a stimulant: it enveloped the whole world in the same glow that burned at her heart.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
The stick, or whip, is needed rather to indicate the precise movement desired, than as a stimulant or means of punishment.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
Every institution has an atmosphere of its own, which ceases after a time to act upon the student as a stimulant.
It is no new propensity of animal nature, to find pleasure from the combination of a stimulant, and a sedative.
They jolted him back to life with stimulant injections and vigorous slaps and resumed working on him.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON

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