10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIACODION»
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Healing and Society in Medieval England: A Middle English ...
And whan be pos/tem is broken and be quiter begynneb to cese, let him vse
siripis bat ben mundificatiues, and electuaries also, as be sirip of inibes, and
diapenidion, and diadragagantum, and diacodion, bat is, diapa[pa]uer. But let
him not ...
The Natural History of Pliny
This plant is extremely useful, also, for the composition of the medicament known
as " diacodion,"79 and " arteriace." This preparation is made with one hundred
and twenty heads80 of this or any other kind of wild poppy, steeped for two days
The New Dispensatory, Containing : I. the Elements of ...
... in draughts and juleps, for quenching thirst, abating heat, &e. in bilious or
inflammatory distempers. They are sometimes likewise employed in gargarisms
for inflammations of the mouth . and tonlils. sYRUPUs e MECONIO, rive
The prescriber's complete handbook, by m. Trousseau and m. ...
Take of Syrup of diacodion (or white") 30 CTm8 (*p "poppy) . . . . j ° ' *3 '' Syrup of
orange-flowers . 20 grms. (3v.) Distilled lettuce water . . 100 grms. Qui.)
CHILDREN. i grms. (3i.) 20 grms. (jv.) 100 grms. (Jiii.) Mix. A table-spoonful to be
Armand Trousseau, John Birkbeck Nevins, Pierre Oscar Réveil, 1852
The Dispensatory Of the Royal College Of Physicians, London, ...
SYRUPUS e MECONIO, ' five DIACODION, DIACODION. Take of the heads of
dried white popfi pies without their feeds three pounds and; a half, of water six
gallons._ Slice the heads, and boil them in the water, often stirring them, that they
Pharmacopoeia Universalis: Or, A New Universal English ...
Sjrujzur 2 Mmmz'osirw Diacodion. Diacodion. Take of the Heads of dried white
Poppies without their Seeds, three Pounds and a half; of Vk ater six Gallons.
Slice the Heads, and boil them in the Water, often stirring them, that they may not
The Edinburgh new dispensatory ...: digested in a regular ...
They are sometimes likewise employed in gargarisms for inflammations of the
mouth and tonsils. SYRUPUS e MECONIO, five DIACODION. Syrup of meconium
, or diacodium. Loud. Take of White poppy heads, dried and cleared from the
The New Dispensatory: Containing : I. The Theory and ...
They are sometimes likewise cm- ployed in gargarisms for inflammations of the
mouth and tonsils. SYRUPUS e MECONIO, five DIACODION. SYRUP of
MECON1UM, or DIACODIUM. Lund. Take of White poppy heads, dried and
cleared from ...
Dr. Avery saith the Diacodion would render persons faint. News of Canon. Squaw
and Sonne taken at Salmon Falls Mill, being seen as they went over the Boom.
Information of Canon. being killed by Mohawks, (according with the first Story, ...
Lotions, Potions, and Deadly Elixirs: Frontier Medicine in ...
Dioscorides, in the second century, was the first to write about a potion called
diacodion, which was a syrup made from poppies. The active constituent of
diacodion (opium) was morphine (1817 to date), which was discovered by a