Haematinic



/ˌhɛməˈtɪnɪk; ˌhiː-/
noun
1.
Also called haematic. an agent that stimulates the production of red blood cells or increases the amount of haemoglobin in the blood
adjective
2.
having the effect of enriching the blood

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