diaphoretic

promotes sweating ( see sudorific )

diaphoretic

(di″ә-fo-ret´ik) pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting sweating. an agent that promotes sweating; called also sudorific.
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diaphoretic

[adj] - inducing perspiration 2. [n] - used to produce perspiration
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Diaphoretic

• (n.) A medicine or agent which promotes perspiration. • (a.) Alt. of Diaphoretical
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diaphoretic

sudorific adjective inducing perspiration
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Diaphoretic

Di`a·pho·ret'ic noun (Medicine) A medicine or agent which promotes perspiration. » Diaphoretics differ from sudorifics ; the former only increase the insensible perspiration, the latter excite the sensible discharge called sweat . Parr.
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Diaphoretic

A substance that increases perspiration, either by (1) dilating the peripheral blood vessels, (2) directly stimulating by drug action the nerves that affect the sweat glands, or by (3) introducing a volatile oil into the bloodstream that performs both tasks.
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Diaphoretic

An agent that induces sweating or perspiration.
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Diaphoretic

Any substance which induces perspiration when administered to a patient.
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diaphoretic

diaphoretic, diaphoretion 1. Describes agents that induce sweating, or their effects. 2. Producing or increasing perspiration. 3. A medicine or other agent that produces perspiration.
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Diaphoretic

In medicine, a diaphoretic is an agent used for producing a greater degree of perspiration than is natural, but less than in sweating. The Turkish bath and a large part of hydropathic treatment, diluent drinks, etc, are employed for this purpose. Diaphoretics increase only the insensible perspiration, while sudorifics excite the sensible discharge ...
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Diaphoretic

Promotes perspiration, especially profuse perspiration. Promotes circulation; dispels fever and chills; eliminates surface toxins; relieves muscle tension, aching joints, and inflammatory skin conditions; relieves diarrhea, dysentery, kidneys, liver, urinary, and gall bladder disorders; dispels stones of kidney and both bladders. Examples
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diaphoretic

sudorific Substance that causes sweating.
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Diaphoretic

These herbs will aid the skin in the elimination of toxins through perspiration. Angelica, Blessed Thistle, Black Cohosh, Boneset, Calendula, Celandine, Chamomile, Culver's Root, Elderberry, Fennel, Ginger, Osha, Prickly Ash, Sarsaparilla, Stillingia, Yarrow.
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diaphoretic

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī′ă-fō-ret′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to, or causing, perspiration. 2. An agent that increases perspiration.
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