- An antidote
is a substance
that can counteract
a form of poisoning. The term ultimately derives
from the Gr**** term φάρμακον ἀντίδοτον (pharmakon) antidoton...
via the trading links
of the Silk Route. It was an alexipharmic
, or antidote, considered
a panacea, for which
it could serve
as a synonym:...
- Pepper, Gentian, &c". It is accounted
a Cordial, Opiate, Sudorific, and Alexipharmic
". Petrus Andreas Matthiolus considered
it more effectual against
- enigmatic material possibly consisting
or bone, had been ascribed alexipharmic
properties. Both of these
"enigmatic horns," Lavers
argues, were used...
- feet, legs and loins. The medicinal efficacy linked
to its horn and its alexipharmic powers
were ****umed to be true in antiquity, but were not explicitly...
- by Serebe
"Savior Self" by ****ik Feat. CasOne, Kristoff
Krane, and Alexipharmic
"Thorns" by Aesop
Rock, Slug, & E****ea "Chemical Burns" by ****ik on...
- (phálaros) phalarope
pharmac- drug, medicine
Gr**** φάρμακον (phármakon) alexipharmic
, pharmaceutics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomic,...
- than those
of a work material. It was, for example, described
as an alexipharmic
to alicorn, the supposed
2017. Duffin, Christopher
J. (2017). "Fossil Sharks' Teeth
in the Middle
Ages and Renaissance. pp. 125–133. doi:10...
- less pungency
than any other
of those medicines usually denominated alexipharmic
and nervous fevers
are the diseases
in which Contrayerva