depurative

purifying esp. blood

Depurative

Blood purifier. Alterative
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Depurative

Depurative herbs such as Lingonberry, Ukshi, the four leaf clover, some species of Elderberry, and Paris polyphylla, are considered to have a purifying and detoxifying action. ...
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Depurative

• (n.) A depurative remedy or agent; or a disease which is believed to be depurative. • (a.) Purifying the blood or the humors; depuratory.
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Depurative

Dep'u·ra·tive adjective [ Confer French dépuratif .] (Medicine) Purifying the blood or the humors; depuratory. -- noun A depurative remedy or agent; or a disease which is believed to be depurative.
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Depurative

Depuratives are herbs that remove impurities and cleanse the blood. Black Walnut, Blessed Thistle, Blue Flag, Blue Violet, Buckthorn, Burdock, Culver's Root, Dandelion, Elderberry, Gotu Kola, Oregon Grape, Pau d'Arco, Red Clover, Sarsaparilla, Stillingia, Watercress, Yarrow, Yellow Dock.
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Depurative

Herbs considered to have purifying and detoxifying effects.
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Depurative

Herbs considered to have purifying and detoxifying effects.
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Depurative

Tends to purify and cleanse the blood and internal organs. Same as blood purifier.
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Depurative

Tends to purify and cleanse the blood.
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depurative

Type: Term Pronunciation: dep′yū-rā′tiv Definitions: 1. Tending to depurate; depurant.
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