carminative definition

  • adjective:
    • evoking the expulsion of fuel from the stomach and intestines.
    • Relieving discomfort of gasoline in digestive tract.
    • Expelling wind from human body; heating; antispasmodic.
    • relieving fuel in alimentary area (colic or flatulence or griping)
  • noun:
    • A drug or broker that causes the expulsion of gasoline from the tummy or intestines.
    • A drug or substance that induces the removal of fuel from the digestive tract.
    • A substance, esp. an aromatic, which sometimes expel wind through the alimentary canal, or even ease colic, griping, or flatulence.
    • A medicine which tends to expel wind, also to remedy colic and flatulence.
    • medication that prevents the formation of gas inside alimentary system or eases its moving
  • others:
    • Expelling, or getting the top-notch expelling, wind from alimentary channel.

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