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Applications

 

  • Anti-aging- Related to the lessening or halting of the aging process

  • Antibacterial- Killing or inhibiting bacteria

  • Antibiotic- A powerful medicine that fights bacterial infections

  • Antidepressant- An agent that prevents or counteracts depression

  • Anti-fungal- Inhibits the growth of fungi 

  • Anti-inflammatory- Acting to reduce certain signs of inflammation/swelling

  • Antimicrobial- Inhibiting the growth of microbes (harmful types of bacteria)

  • Antioxidant- Any substance that acts to slow or prevent the oxidation of another chemical

  • Antiparracide- Antiparasitic, keeping parasites away

  • Antiseptic- Cleaned of germs and other microorganisms or contamination

  • Antispasmodic- Referring to something that suppresses spasms

  • Anti-ulcer- Serving to prevent or counteract ulcers

  • Antiviral- Inhibiting the growth and reproduction of a virus

  • Analgesic- Any medicine such as aspirin that reduces pain without inducing unconsciousness

  • Anesthetic- Causing the reduction of pain sensitivity

  • Aphrodisiac- Arousing or intensifying sexual desire

  • Cicatrizant- A medicine or application that promotes the healing of a sore or a wound

  • Coagulant- A means of curdling from a liquid to a semi-massive

  • Curative- Serving to heal or cure

  • Diuretic- Increasing the amount of frequency of urination

  • Expectorant- To cough up fluid from the lungs

  • Laxative- Having an effect of moving the bowels or aiding digestion and preventing constipation

  • Nervine- Quieting nervous excitement, affecting the nerves

  • Narcotic- Reduces pain, induces sleep, may alter mood or behavior (substance)

  • Preventative- Preventing disease

  • Sedative- An agent or drug that has a calming or soothing effect

  • Stimulant- Something that promotes activity (either physiological, nervous, etc.)

  • Tonic- A drink intended to restore or invigorate

  • Vulnerary- Useful for healing wounds (a healing drug or other agent)