stomachic[ stoh-mak-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF stomachic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STOMACHIC
They are intended for desserts, and are also useful as a stomachic, to carry in the pocket on journeys, and for gouty stomachs.
Stomachic, carminative, and slightly tonic; one to two ounces.
It is a very useful stimulant, tonic, stomachic and carminative.
The presumption is, then, that she suffered from some stomachic disorder.
Oil of chamomile is reputed antispasmodic, tonic, and stomachic.
Astringent and stomachic; chiefly used as an adjunct in mixtures, &c.
Ale or beer flavoured or medicated by infusing the leaves of ground ivy in it; pectoral, stomachic, and nervine.
Essence of peppermint (like that of most of the other aromatic oils) is cordial, stimulant, and stomachic.
The second is a popular tonic and stomachic in the flatulent colic, dyspepsia, &c., of women and children.
Both the above are stomachic and tonic, and are favourite remedies in loss of appetite, dyspepsia, &c.—Dose.