They also attribute to it diuretic, emmenagogue and anthelmintic properties.
The anthelmintic action of this remedy was also unknown to him.
The anthelmintic polyporus is employed in Burmah as a vermifuge.
The root is bitter, nauseous, and used in North America as anthelmintic.
The juice of the leaves is prescribed internally as a purgative and anthelmintic.
Its bark is anthelmintic, but requires care in its administration, being powerfully narcotic.
A powerful astringent, purgative, anthelmintic, and narcotic.
It is also used medicinally as an anthelmintic and has been successfully used in cases of tapeworm.
The seed is carminative and diuretic; the expressed juice of the root is anthelmintic.
anthelmintic, an-thel-mint′ik, adj. destroying or expelling worms.
anthelmintic ant·hel·min·tic (ānt'hěl-mĭn'tĭk, ān'thěl-) or ant·hel·min·thic (-thĭk)
An agent that destroys or causes the expulsion of parasitic intestinal worms. Also called helminthagogue, helminthic, vermifuge. adj.
Acting to expel or destroy parasitic intestinal worms.