- 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
- by Serebe
"Savior Self" by ****ik Feat. CasOne, Kristoff
Krane, and Alexipharmic
"Thorns" by Aesop
Rock, Slug, & E****ea "Chemical Burns" by ****ik on...
- 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...
- (phálaros) phalarope
pharmac- drug, medicine
Gr**** φάρμακον (phármakon) alexipharmic
, pharmaceutics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomic,...
2017. Duffin, Christopher
J. (2017). "Fossil Sharks' Teeth
in the Middle
Ages and Renaissance. pp. 125–133. doi:10...
- than those
of a work material. It was, for example, described
as an alexipharmic
to alicorn, the supposed
- less pungency
than any other
of those medicines usually denominated alexipharmic
and nervous fevers
are the diseases
in which Contrayerva