Hooper's Female Pills had been from the beginning a cathartic and emmenagogue.
Ammonio-chloride of iron is tonic, emmenagogue, and aperient.
They also attribute to it diuretic, emmenagogue and anthelmintic properties.
Uses, &c. Madder has been given in jaundice and rickets, and as an emmenagogue.
This compound is a most excellent stomachic purgative and emmenagogue, when there are no febrile symptoms present.
A cooling saline, and, in small doses, emmenagogue and lithontriptic.
The bark and the tips of the branches are given as an emmenagogue.
It is much valued by the lower classes in some of the provinces for its stomachic and emmenagogue qualities.
In North India this drug is used as emmenagogue and anti-arthritic, and in Banda for intermittent fevers and intestinal disorders.
Anodyne, pectoral, and emmenagogue; but chiefly used to raise the spirits in hypochondriasis.
emmenagogue em·men·a·gogue (ĭ-měn'ə-gôg')
An agent that induces or hastens menstrual flow. Also called hemagogue.