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A list of all pages that have property "Has definition" with value "Stimulates the secretion of saliva". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • Restorative  + (Restores consciousness or normal physiological activity)
  • Antiaphonic  + (Restores the voice)
  • Cytostatic  + (Slows or controls the growth of tumours)
  • Emollient  + (Softens the skin, causing warmth and moisture)
  • Salve  + (Soothes and heals damaged skin)
  • Demulcent  + (Soothes, lubricates and softens irritated tissues, especially the mucous membranes)
  • Lenitive  + (Soothing, palliative)
  • Musical  + (Specific mention of plants used as musical instruments. Does not include the various woods that can be used for making musical instruments.)
  • Nervine  + (Stimulates and calms the nerves)
  • Laxative  + (Stimulates bowel movements in a fairly gentle manner)
  • Galactofuge  + (Stops or reduces the flow of milk in a nursing mother)
  • Rooting hormone  + (Substances that can be used to promote the production of roots in plant cuttings.)
  • Fruit ripening  + (Substances that promote the premature or rapid ripening of fruits.)
  • Leather  + (Substitutes for Leather.)
  • Waxed paper  + (Substitutes that is.)
  • Turning  + (The art of turning wood on a lathe. Table legs, tool handles and walking sticks are examples of items often made from a piece of wood turned on a lathe.)
  • Fresh  + (The fruit or vegetable can be eaten raw, without cooking it.)
  • Alcohol  + (The plant can be used to make an alcoholic drink.)
  • Flour  + (The seed, or other part of the plant, can be ground into a flour for cooking.)
  • Women's complaints  + (This is a legacy medicinal term imported from PFAF which covers "a miscellany of problems peculiar to the female sex". It should be replaced with a specific term related to the condition alleviated (eg. Dysmenorrhea, PMS, etc) or removed.)