Definición de carminative en inglés:

carminative

Silabificación: car·min·a·tive
Pronunciación: /kärˈminətiv, ˈkärməˌnātiv
 
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adjetivo

  • (Chiefly of a drug) relieving flatulence.
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    • Indian long pepper is a traditional Ayurvedic herb that has long been used for its anthelmintic and carminative actions.
    • Its carminative action helps relieve wind and spasm in the bowel, and its gentle action is particularly suited for children and those with delicate stomachs.
    • Mixing of half teaspoonful of dry ginger powder in a glass of buttermilk adds to its digestive and carminative properties.

sustantivo

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  • A drug that relieves flatulence.
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    • For occasional indigestion, look for herbs, from three categories: bitters, carminatives and cholagogues.
    • Another important component of leaky gut syndrome treatment is the use of bitters and carminatives.
    • Less common applications include muscular and uterine cramping, nervous headache, and as a gastrointestinal carminative.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French carminatif, -ive, or medieval Latin carminat- 'healed (by incantation)', from the verb carminare, from Latin carmen (see charm).

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