nervine


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nervine

(ˈnɜːviːn)
adj
(Physiology) having a soothing or calming effect upon the nerves
n
(Pharmacology) obsolete a nervine drug or agent
[C17: from New Latin nervīnus, from Latin nervus nerve]
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There are a remarkable number of health claims made for a beverage made from the scorched leaves: that it is anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antidepressant, thermogenic, neuroprotective, nervine, hypotensive, mildly anaesthetic, diuretic as well as being an appetite suppressant and supposedly an inhibitor of low density lipoprotein.
1 part milky oat tops * 1 part nettle leaf * 1 part lemon balm leaf * 1 part ashwagandha root * 1/2 part rose hips * 1/2 part lavender flowers ANTIDEPRESSANT TEA Calm and boost the spirit with nervine herbs.
To a safflower oil base she added sweet marjoram essential oil for its analgesic, nervine, and vasodilator (blood vessel dilating) properties; ginger for its antispasmodic benefits; helichrysum for its analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and nervine properties; carrot seed, which is a vasodilator and smooth muscle relaxant; grapefruit for its detoxifying and emotionally uplifting benefits; vetiver, which is a deeply relaxing antispasmodic; and rose otto, distilled from rose petals, which has antidepressant and antispasmodic properties.
Con respecto a las ideas de Tracy, en su texto de 1910 sistematiza una serie de estudios realizados en el Training School for Nurses of the Addams Nervine Asylum, Jamaica Plain, (Massachusetts) desde 1904, en los cuales incluye las artes y los oficios como tratamientos (86).
20) Lavandula angustifolia is a relaxing nervine incorporated as part of the management of menstrual migraines (21) and traditionally used to treat migraine.
These animals were under treatment with nervine tonics without clinical improvement.
Besides, it is traditionally reported to possess anticonvulsant, antidepressant, astringent, cardiotonic (tones, balances, and strengthens the heart), disinfectant, nervine (balances/calms nerves), neurasthenic (reduces nerve pain), tranquilizer, and vermifuge (expels worms) activities.
Hops have tonic nervine diuretic and anodyne properties.
Then two weeks ago, Sinjar was stormed by fighters from IS and Riham and Nervine, among tens of thousands of Yazidis, ran for their lives.
Jei mums tenka ilgesni laika buti triuksmingoje aplinkoje, blogeja musu darbingumas, judesiu koordinacija, dideja nervine itampa ir traumu rizika (Pilipaviciute, Bakas 1998; Toppila et al.
alba is one of them and in Indian traditional medicine it is used as nervine tonic (Nadkarni, 1976).
Brands include AllerMax, Altaryl Children's Allergy, Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Dormin, Genahist, Miles Nervine, Nytol, Siladryl, Sleep-eze 3, Sleepwell 2-nite, and Sominex.