Sialagogues, - increase flow of saliva.
Pilocarpus. Mercurials. Acids.
Refrigerants, - allay thirst and create coolness.
Cool Drinks. Dilute Acids. Cold Externally.
Also fruit juices, many diaphoretics, and cold per rectum or vagina.
Emetics, - cause vomiting.
Carminatives, - aid in expulsion of gas from stomach and intestines.
Capsicum. Ginger. Peppermint.
Gastric Tonics or Stomachics, - excite the functional activity of the stomach, and thus increase appetite and aid digestion.
Nux Vomica. Dilute Acids. All Alkalies.
Gastric Sedatives, - relieve pain and quiet the stomach. Bromides. Silver Nitrate. Phenol and Iodine.
Cathartics or Purgatives, - hasten intestinal evacuation. (1) Laxatives or Aperients, - of moderate action. Manna. Cascara. Prunes.
(2) Simple Purgatives, - produce active peristalsis (and griping pain).
Also cascara, rhubarb, glycyrrhiza, liquorice, eupato-rium, and small doses of drastic, saline, and cholagogue purgatives.
(3) Drastic Purgatives, - intense action; watery stools; much pain.
(4) Saline Purgatives or Hydragogues, - slight pain; very watery evacuation.
Also sodium sulphate, magnesium citrate, sodium phosphate, cream of tartar, and saline waters.
(5) Cholagogue Purgatives, - remove bile from the intestines.
Calomel. Podophyllum. Sodium Phosphate.
Also blue mass, gray powder, iris, euonymus, fel bovis, and scammony.
(6) Intestinal Antiseptics, - destroy low organisms; check fermentation (antizymotics).
Anthelmintics, - destroy (vermicides) or expel (vermifuges) intestinal worms.
Filix Mas (B. P.). Cusso. Pepo,
Also turpentine, thymol, pelletierine, kamala, and gra-natum.
(2) Round worm.
Quassia. Alum. Sodium Chloride.
Also tannin, calumba, lime water, and vinegar (by enema).
1. Calomel. 2. Thymol. 3. Epsom Salts.