herbs (and other medications) which promote perspiration.
Herbs that induce increased perspiration.
Herbal substances taken internally to increase sweating. such substances are also called sudorifics, and are frequently used to break common colds and fevers and to promote good health: black cohosh, broom, cajeput, calendula, catnip, chamomile, elder flowers, garlic, ginger root, horseheal, hyssop, Jacob's ladder, linden flowers, mugwort, oregano, pennyroyal, rosebay, saffron, salad burnet, scabwort, serpentaria root, vervain, and yarrow.
promote or cause perspirable discharge by the skin.
Used to describe drugs, herbs, or other substances that induce sweating.