The Mohammedans of India value the seeds very highly as a restorative and demulcent tonic.
Used in coughs as an anodyne and demulcent, in lieu of opium lozenges.
demulcent and astringent lotions may be applied by douche, spray, or gargle.
It is demulcent and emollient; chiefly used in ointments and cerates.
demulcent drinks form the best beverage, and a farinaceous or milk diet the most desirable food.
Uses, &c. Sweet almonds are nutritive, emollient, and demulcent; but frequently disagree with weak stomachs.
It is little more than a demulcent, and in this country is not employed as a medicine.
Anodyne and demulcent; in obstinate cough without expectoration.
demulcent drinks, baths, and counter-irritants over the stomach to relieve spasms.
The free use of demulcent drinks, milk, and ice will be very grateful to the patients feelings.
demulcent de·mul·cent (dĭ-mŭl'sənt)
Relieving irritation; soothing. n.
A soothing, usually mucilaginous or oily substance, such as glycerin or lanolin, used especially to relieve pain in inflamed or irritated mucous membranes.