This is powerful medicine that dramatically reduces the risk for a disease for which nothing exists in the pharmacopeia.
It must be borne in mind that any pharmacopeia must rest upon the basis of practical experiment and experience.
What were these "Graetz's balls," at one time esteemed as a universal medicine, but no longer included in our pharmacopeia?
New World drugs like quinine and cocaine have been adopted into every pharmacopeia.
Not one of these drugs has been deemed worthy of mention in the pharmacopeia.
Homeopathic physicians still have lachesis-viper venom in their pharmacopeia.
Art is a form of surgery whose case is well equipped, and a pharmacopeia filled with vials of every form and odour.
The British pharmacopeia contains a spiritus lavandulae, dose 5-20 minims: and a compound tincture, dose -1 drachm.
The principle of making use the sole criterion for admission to the pharmacopeia, however, on the whole carried the day.
We understand that the next edition of the pharmacopeia will omit mention of skullcap.
also pharmacopoeia, "official book listing drugs and containing directions for their preparation," 1620s, from medical Latin, from Greek pharmakopoiia "preparation of drugs," from pharmakon "drug" (see pharmacy) + poiein "to make" (see poet). First used as a book title by Anutius Foesius (1528-1595) of Basel. Related: Pharmacopeial.
pharmacopoeia phar·ma·co·poe·ia or phar·ma·co·pe·ia (fär'mə-kə-pē'ə)
A book containing an official list of medicinal drugs together with articles on their preparation and use.
A collection or stock of drugs.