Invigorates or strengthens the system (aka - tonic).
Hastens renewal of tissue.
Causes temporary loss of bodily sensations.
Alleviates pain, an analgesic.
Destroys or expels intestinal worms.
Destroys or stops the growth of bacteria.
Kills microorganisms and cures infections.
Reduces high blood pressure.
A substance that reduces or interferes with the mutagenic effects of another substance.
Antioxidants have the ability to prevent oxidisation and neutralise free radicals.
Prevents the periodic return of disease, such as the use of quinine against malaria.
Prevents or cures scurvy.
Destroys or inhibits the multiplication and growth of micro-organisms.
Relieves muscle spasms.
Cures infection or disease caused by a virus.
Promotes evacuation of the bowel (laxative, purgative or drastic purgative).
Increases sexual exitement.
Has a smell or aroma.
Contracts tissue, including blood vessels, lessening secretions.
Hampers the growth of bacteria.
Tastes bitter and increases appetite, stomachic.
Pertaining to the heart.
Alleviates flatulence and associated colic.
Evacuates the bowel.
Promotes the flow of bile, thus aiding in digestion and constipation.
Capable of preventing conception.
Increases perspiration and sweating.
Increases the flow of urine.
Helps menstrual dishcharge.
Softens and soothes skin or mucous membranes.
Promotes secretion from the respiratory tract by coughing.
Increases the flow of milk.
Pertaining to the liver.
Promotes sleep which resembles natural sleep.
Reduces blood pressure.
Mild aperient to evacuate the bowel.
Moist or sticky.
An agent, such as a chemical, ultraviolet light, or a radioactive element, that can induce or increase the frequency of mutation in an organism.
Causes dilation of the pupil of the eye.
Promotes unusually deep sleep.
Pertaining to the kidney.
Helps restore nerves.
Pertaining to the chest or breast.
Causes evacuation of fluid excrement.
Relaxes and relieves tension
Causes redness and often blisters the skin.
Lessens activity, including anxiety and tension.
Excites or increases functions.
Increases the appetite.
Causes perspiration and sweating.
Destroys or expels tapeworm.
Strengthens and improves vigour and well being.
Causes blistering, rubefacient.
Aids the healing of wounds.