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  • n. Alternative form of pharmacopoeia.


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  • The pharmacopeia commonly used in New Spain, apart from the addition of several native medicines, was not that much different from that being used in Europe.

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • The Chinese pharmacopeia is full of stuff Western medicine hasn't gotten around to exploring.

    Shading the Odds

  • The healthful virtues of what is generally extolled as a Mediterranean diet have become so well accepted in the last twenty years that the diet has entered the pharmacopeia of doctors treating the overweight and patients at risk for diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

    Shock of Gray

  • They are some of the most benign pills known to the pharmacopeia.

    Answers to Questions from Readers, part 6

  • They have now identified at least 15 plant species that constitute what they call "the pharmacopeia of the apes."

    Take Two Roots; Call Me . . .

  • IN THAT turned-on, tuned-out decade, the pharmacopeia of mind-altering drugs was about as subtle as a sledgehammer-uppers replaced sleep, downers offered calm, hallucinogens projected visions of marmalade skies into the brain.

    One Pill Makes You Larger, And One Pill Makes You

  • Of all the drugs in the designer pharmacopeia, the most popular nationwide is MDMA, or Ecstasy.

    The New View From On High

  • Our ancestors understood that fruits, as part of the forest pharmacopeia, were full of medicinal attributes.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Yet we are the great placebos of our pharmacopeia, and the power of the placebo can be measured by the results of its withdrawal.

    'The Enemy of the Mind': An Exchange

  • Perhaps Yale School of Medicine Dean Robert Alpern should check the pharmacopeia to see just how many compounds contain this sort of structure.

    Chemistry Is Essential to Doctors


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