Sarsaparilla has been recommended as a mild but efficacious alterative, diaphoretic and tonic.
Dr. Bidie states that the action is diaphoretic and expectorant.
Diluent drinks are indispensable adjuncts to a diaphoretic regimen.
It should always be combined with some medicine which will assist its diaphoretic action.
The crude form was refined by Dippel, and at one time was a good deal used in medicine as a diaphoretic and hypnotic.
Thus Ammonia and volatile oils are Expectorant and diaphoretic.
Opium is a diaphoretic; but it diminishes all the other secretions, and most especially that of the bowels.
A wineglassful every 1⁄2 hour or hour; as a diaphoretic and expectorant.
The genus is described as tonic, diaphoretic, and in large doses emetic and aperient.
As a diaphoretic, in inflammatory affections and rheumatism.
diaphoretic di·a·pho·ret·ic (dī'ə-fə-rět'ĭk, dī-āf'ə-)
Producing or increasing perspiration. n.
A medicine or other agent that produces perspiration.