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Antisialagogues are substances that decrease the production of saliva and their effect is opposite to that of sialagogues. Their origin may be both natural and synthetic. Classic antisialagogues include:
- tobacco in excess,
- all nauseous or insipid substances.
- Lavinia L. Dock: Text-Book Of Materia Medica For Nurses, 1916  (accessed 15.10.2010)
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