secretomotor

(redirected from Secretomotoric)

secretomotor

 [se-kre″to-mo´tor]
stimulating secretion; said of nerves.

se·cre·to·mo·tor

, secretomotory (se-krē'tō-mō'tŏr, -mō'ter-ē),
Stimulating secretion.
[secrete + motor, mover]

secretomotor

/se·cre·to·mo·tor/ (-mo´tor) stimulating secretion; said of nerves.

se·cre·to·mo·tor

, secretomotory (sĕ-krē'tō-mō'tŏr, -ē)
Stimulating secretion.
[secrete + motor, mover]

secretomotor

autonomic stimulation of a gland

se·cre·to·mo·tor

, secretomotory (sĕ-krē'tō-mō'tŏr, -ē)
Stimulating secretion.
[secrete + motor, mover]

secretomotor

stimulating secretion; said of nerves.
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EPs [R] 7630 has been proven to have antiviral, antibacterial and immunomodulatory and secretomotoric effects and is used in modern medicine in the treatment of respiratory tract infections such as acute bronchitis, sinusitis and the common cold (Brendler and van Wyk 2008; Haidvogl et al.
The modern extract EPs [R] 7630 derived from the roots of Pelargonium sidoides, has been shown to have immunomodulatory, antiviral, antibacterial and secretomotoric effects (Brendler and van Wyk 2008; Haidvogl and Heger 2007; Matthys and Heger 2006, 2007).