eupeptic


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eu·pep·tic

(yū-pep'tik),
Digesting well; having a good digestion.

eupeptic

(yo͞o-pĕp′tĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or having good digestion.
2. Cheerful; happy.

eu·pep′ti·cal·ly adv.

eu·pep·tic

(yū-pep'tik)
Digesting well; having a good digestion.

eupeptic,

adj/n having traits that encourage healthy, functioning digestion.
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GI: eupeptic (stimulates all secretions), digestive, carminative, anti ulcerative, choleretic, balances intestinal flora; Metabolic: hypoglycemic;
Q]uelque chose d'analogue a la digestion d'un estomac qui travaille" (En Route I, 32), the birth of Durtal's faith had been a eupeptic process culminating in the expulsion of a fully-formed believer.
There was a vivid human and physical contrast between the eupeptic tweed-clad grandees of the President's shooting party, and the gaunt, lanky, forelock-touching Sindhi peasantry (most of them poor sharecroppers) who thronged the narrow streets of Naudero, submissively and uncomprehendingly, to watch us all arrive.
One might only add as an afterthought that in the present situation in the former Soviet Union, where the populace is mortally weary of demonic incarnations of carnival, the rather elastic concept from the essentially eupeptic Bakhtin is being re-scrutinized in the light of a fuller understanding of his earlier and later works.
1966), antispasmodic, eupeptic, gingival, sedative, anticatarrhal, nerve sedative, carminative, diaphoretic expectorant, stimulant, stomachic, aphrodisiac, and emmenagogue (Rios et al.
In traditional medicine, Crocus sativus is used as an antispasmodic, eupeptic, gingival sedative, anticatarrhal, nerve sedative, carminative, diaphoretic, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic, aphrodisiac, and emmenagogue (Rios et al.
are used in folk medicine as an anticatarrhal, eupeptic, expectorant and emmenagogue (Rios et al.
commonly known as saffron, is used in folk medicine as an antispasmodic, eupeptic, gingival sedative, anticatarrhal, nerve sedative, carminative, diaphoteric, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic, aphrodisiac and emmenagogue (Rios et al.