Islamic Pharmacology and Pharmacy in the Latin West: An Approach to Early Pharmacopoeias

  title={Islamic Pharmacology and Pharmacy in the Latin West: An Approach to Early Pharmacopoeias},
  author={Teresa H Uguet},
  journal={European Review},
  pages={229 - 239}
During the final decade of the 15th century and the first half of the 16th century, there were moves to harmonize pharmaceutical therapy in a number of areas of the Mediterranean and Central Europe. The most evident consequence was the appearance of books of compilations of simple and compound remedies specially selected from a wide range of earlier pharmacological literature. These compilations were set up as ‘standards’ by the authorities concerned with public health in many states. In theory… 
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