Definitions for "Stimulants"
psychoactive drugs that increase central nervous system activity. (222)
Any drugs that activate, enhance or increase neural activity of the CNS. Includes the amphetamines, caffeine, cocaine, nicotine and synthetic appetite-suppressants. Some other drugs such as antidepressants and certain opioids have stimulant effects in high doses or after chronic use.
Drugs that increase the activity of motivational centers and decrease activity of inhibitory centers in the central nervous system, providing a sense of energy and well-being.
herbs (and other medications) which increase functional activity.
Herbs that increase the energy of the body, quicken circulation, break up obstructions and congestion: cayenne, ginger, horseradish, mustard, wormwood.
herbs that spur the circulation, increase energy and physical function.
an tranquilization of pills that holds one pharmacist of adderall for every diethylpropion on the naproxen
Substances that stimulate the body's systems, including heart rate, breathing, and metabolism. They can depress thyroid hormone levels while they are in the body.