Curative (adjective)

  1. Relating to the cure of a disease or the alleviation of symptoms.
  2. Having the ability to cure or heal.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word curare, meaning to heal or to cure.

Examples:

  1. The curative powers of the medicine were remarkable, bringing immediate relief to patients.
  2. The curative properties of the herbal remedies were well known among the local population.
  3. The curative effects of the therapy were seen in a short amount of time.
  4. The curative abilities of the new drug were a major breakthrough in medical research.
  5. The curative qualities of the treatment were a result of its innovative approach to healing.
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