We must regard it rather as a sudorific for feverish blood and brains.
As a medicine it is stimulant, diuretic, sudorific, and vermifuge.
It is aromatic, sudorific, and stomachic, and grows very well in this country.
The bark is employed in infusion as a sudorific and in cutaneous diseases, and its fibrous tissue is manufactured into cordage.
The leaves are used in bronchial troubles and the seeds are sudorific.
An infusion of the leaves is stimulating, sudorific, tonic, and beneficial in colds and chills.
An emetic and a sudorific considerably relieved them by the morning, but a pig which ate the fish died.
This is the cheapest and quickest method of raising the temperature of a room for sudorific purposes.
Anybody, even Mrs Scribe might come in, and the thought was more powerful than any sudorific in the pharmacopoeia.
The nimble lizard had a reputation as a sudorific and antisyphilitic.
sudorific su·dor·if·ic (sōō'də-rĭf'ĭk)
Causing or increasing sweat.