The insulting needs to stop, but so too does the idea that tax cuts and family values are a panacea to all socioeconomic issues.
The president seems to believe that a two-state solution in Israel is the panacea for stopping the spread of radical Islam.
Even a ban on semi-automatics is no panacea in a world full of powerful shotguns.
The Common Core standards are not a panacea; much depends on the curricula that states and districts select to implement them.
Dialogue is no panacea, and if political solutions are not found, will never prove to be enough.
His faith in it as a panacea for all political trouble was as strong as ever.
It is merely a spoon with which the panacea can be administered.
Each one had his panacea for all the aches and pains of his race.
Then rest is sought for—rest is looked for as the panacea for all evils.
Government interference, the panacea of cranks and schemers.
panacea pan·a·ce·a (pān'ə-sē'ə)
A remedy claimed to be curative of all problems or disorders; a cure-all.