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Definition of Chlorodyne

Chlorodyne
Chlorodyne Chlo"ro*dyne, n. [From chlorine, in imitation of anodyne.] (Med.) A patent anodyne medicine, containing opium, chloroform, Indian hemp, etc.

Meaning of Chlorodyne from wikipedia

- Chlorodyne was one of the best known patent medicines sold in the British Isles. It was invented in the 19th century by a Dr. John Collis Browne, a doctor...
- officer, inventor of items for yachts and the originator of the medicine Chlorodyne. Browne first used the remedy in India in 1848, when there was an outbreak...
- Walters: known as "The Finchley Baby Farmers"; baby farmers who used chlorodyne to poison an unknown number of infants; both hanged at the HM Prison Holloway...
- Street, London which bought the patent for Dr. John Collis Browne's 'chlorodyne'[citation needed] and sold the famous drug for ailments including headache...
- after it was born, and then dispose of the child with a poisonous mixture—chlorodyne (a medicine containing morphine). They were caught after Walters raised...
- Archived from the original on January 4, 2013. Retrieved June 15, 2013. "Chlorodyne as a Narcotic". Morning Post. September 7, 1895. p. 2. "Police: Former...
- London lodgings, having apparently taken his life with an overdose of chlorodyne. It was several days before his identity emerged. He was buried in Kensal...
- Carter's Little Liver Pills (Currently sold as Carter's Little Pills) Chlorodyne Doan's Pills Fletcher's Castoria Geritol Goody's Powder Dr. J.H. McLean's...
- possible exception of Chlorodyne, and the report tentatively proposed that no preparation should be sold under the name Chlorodyne which contained more...
- London-based pharmaceuticals company which marketed Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne. His large canvas entitled, H.M.S. "Ophir" leaving Portsmouth, March 15...
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