But in all cases, the appropriate course of antibiotics has been curative.
And by 1997, it turned into a patent for one of the first auto-disable syringes that also worked for curative injections.
For thousands of years men and women in many cultures have used cannabis as a curative and a source of fiber and oil.
Nora could arm and disarm within a sentence, could wield a barb and its curative salve within a phrase.
His design was also suitable for curative purposes, meaning the K1 could handle a whole range of doses.
One must not be too good or Apostle-like or curative—even in the Church, which discourages trop de zle.
These are the only exceptions to the curative power of this drug.
Many hot springs are great resorts for invalids because of their curative properties.
It can be taken at any time, and as a preventive as well as a curative.
I have no doubt that many of the herbs collected and used by the old women were really effective and curative agents.
curative cu·ra·tive (kyur'ə-tĭv)
Serving or tending to cure.
Of or relating to the cure of disease.