Under this head are generally classed all the stomachic and milder aperient pills.
stomachic, carminative, and slightly tonic; one to two ounces.
The spirit is much esteemed in France as a stomachic, a cosmetic, and a stimulant.
Ale or beer flavoured or medicated by infusing the leaves of ground ivy in it; pectoral, stomachic, and nervine.
Astringent and stomachic; chiefly used as an adjunct in mixtures, &c.
Both the above are stomachic and tonic, and are favourite remedies in loss of appetite, dyspepsia, &c.—Dose.
I saw Marquesan women eating insects, worms, and other repellant bits of flesh out of sheer instinct and stomachic need.
Usually it is in the upper left quadrant and seems to be stomachic in origin.
stomachic and purgative; along with neutral salts or aromatics.
The leaves have an odor like that of anise, and the native India doctors employ them as a stomachic and carminative.
stomachic sto·mach·ic (stə-māk'ĭk)
An agent that improves appetite and digestion. adj.
Of or relating to the stomach.
Beneficial to or stimulating digestion in the stomach.