Note: Realgar: The Chinese believe that realgar is a mithridate and tonic.
Racine's reputation went on continually increasing; he had brought out mithridate and Iphigenie; Phedre appeared in 1677.
Officers and ladies took part in the performances, and the plays Nicomède and mithridate were wholly unobjectionable.
mithridate, the ancient cure-all of King mithridates, was another dose for children.
When she comes out of her bath, give her an ounce of syrup of feverfew with a drachm of dog's tooth (mithridate).
We find in the part of mithridate, a great depth of thought in compressed and energetic language.
To produce sweating, employ cardus water, and mithridate, or a decoction of guaiacum and sarsaparilla.
The more powerful diaphoretic treacles, such as mithridate, were always a mistake.
mithridate was formerly conceived to be good for nearly every disease, and an antidote for every known poison.
It was also a true and frank admiration which caused him to dry his tears at Iphigenie, and to order the repetition of mithridate.
"antidote against poison," from Medieval Latin mithridatum, from Late Latin mithridatium, neuter of Mithridatius "pertaining to Mithridates," king of Pontus, who made himself poison-proof.