- spasm band,
- spasmodic dysmenorrhea,
Origin of spasmodic
Examples from the Web for antispasmodic
It is antispasmodic, narcotic and toxic, and is used quite commonly with criminal intent in India and Indo-China.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines|T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Antispasmodic; but principally used as a perfume, being too weak for medical use.
Antispasmodic, expectorant, and tonic, and in quantity emetic.
It is tonic and antispasmodic, and has been advantageously used in chorea, epilepsy, and other nervous and spasmodic affections.
Acetic ether is diaphoretic, stimulant, antispasmodic, and narcotic.
Word Origin for spasmodic
1681, from Medieval Latin spasmodicus, from Greek spasmodes "of the nature of a spasm," from spasmos (see spasm) + -odes "like."