aperient

mild laxative

Aperient

A laxative medicine or food

Aperient

• (n.) An aperient medicine or food. • (a.) Gently opening the bowels; laxative.
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aperient

(ә-pēr´e-әnt) mildly cathartic. a substance that is mildly cathartic.
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aperient

adjective mildly laxative
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Aperient

A·pe'ri·ent adjective [ Latin aperiens , present participle of aperire to uncover, open; ab + parire , parere , to bring forth, produce. Confer Cover , Overt .] (Medicine) Gently opening the bowels; laxative. -- noun ...
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Aperient

A gentle purgative of the bowels.
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Aperient

A mild stimulant for the bowels; a gentle purgative.
Found on http://www.motherherbs.com/herb-glossary.html

Aperient

Aperient: Laxative. Used both as a noun (an aperient is a laxative) and adjective (prunes are an aperient fruit). From the Latin 'aperiens' meaning to uncover, open (in this case, the bowels)
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aperient

laxative
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aperient

[adj] - mildly laxative
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