febrifuge

counters fever

Febrifuge

Anti-fever
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Febrifuge

That which reduces or prevents fever. Same as antipyretic or refrigerant.
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Febrifuge

Feb'ri·fuge noun [ Latin febris fever + fugare to put to flight, from fugere to flee: confer French fébrifuge . see Febrile , Feverfew .] (Medicine) A medicine serving to mitigate or remove fever. -- adjective Antifebrile.
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Febrifuge

• (a.) Antifebrile. • (n.) A medicine serving to mitigate or remove fever.
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febrifuge

febrifuge 1. A medication that reduces fever; an antipyretic. 2. Acting to reduce fever. 3. A medicine adapted to drive away or to reduce fever.
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Febrifuge

Herbs with this property help reduce fevers, similar to refrigerant and antipyretic. Some febrifuges are chamomile, fenugreek, garlic, gentian, ginger and sarsaparilla.
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Febrifuge

The febrifuges help the body to bring down fevers. Angelica, Blessed Thistle, Calendula, Prickly Ash, Wild Indigo.
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febrifuge

Type: Term Pronunciation: feb′ri-fyūj Synonyms: antipyretic2
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febrifuge

something which reduces fever
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