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pharmacopoeia

A pharmacopoeia is very like a dispensatory; it is a list of medicines with brief discussions of preparation and uses. Unlike the dispensary, however, the pharmacopoeia is usually the product of an established body, such as the College of Physicinas, and thus serves as an official guide to ‘acceptable’ drugs.

Pharmacopoeia Londinensis, or, The London dispensatory further adorned by the studies and collections of the…

Culpeper, Nicholas
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A medicinal dispensatory, containing the vvhole body of physick: discovering the natures, properties, and vertues…

Renou, Jean de
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A medicinal dispensatory, containing the vvhole body of physick: discovering the natures, properties, and vertues…

Renou, Jean de
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The pharmacopœian physician’s repository. Accomodated with elaborate medicinal arcana’s. Appositely serving to the whole practice…

Maynwaringe, Everard
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A medicinal dispensatory, containing the vvhole body of physick: discovering the natures, properties, and vertues…

Renou, Jean de
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Pharmacopoeia Londinensis: or The London dispensatory further adorned by the studies and collections of the…

Culpeper, Nicholas
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Pharmacopoeia Londinensis: or, The London dispensatory. Further adorned by the studies and collections of the…

Culpeper, Nicholas
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Phylaxa medicinæ. The cabinet of physick. Containing, a set of the best medical preparations now…

Salmon, William
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Phylaxa medicinae: a cabinet of choice medicines…

Salmon, William
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Pharmacopæia Londinensis. Or, The new London dispensatory. In VI. books. Translated into English for the…

Salmon, William
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