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of, relating to, or causing a relaxation.
Pharmacology. a drug that relaxes, especially one that lessens strain in muscle.
(med) a drug or agent that relaxes, esp one that relaxes tense muscles
of, relating to, or tending to produce relaxation

relaxant re·lax·ant (rĭ-lāk’sənt)
Something, such as a drug or therapeutic treatment, that relaxes or relieves muscular or nervous tension. adj.
Tending to relax or to relieve tension.


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