“One Night Cough Syrup” from the 1930s, which contained cannabis, morphine, chloroform, & alcohol. In 1934, the FDA ruled that the claims of the cough syrup's therapeutic properties were misleading, and remaining stock was destroyed. The good old days - indeed! ... See MoreSee Less
Mark your calendar not to miss the talks included in the program of the “Seminar on Plants in Early Modern Knowledge (and Before)-History, Philosophy, and Medicine”!
The first one will be online on zoom, on December 2, 2021, at 17:30 (Rome/Amsterdam/Berlin/Paris time):
Tommaso Alpina, "Staying Alive: the Place of Plants in Avicenna’s Thought".
Attendance is free - see Zoom link and contact email in the poster. ... See MoreSee Less
In this week, Prof. Halil Tekiner will be giving lectures at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences under the project "The Education Exchanges Support Foundation". We invite everyone to join his online lecture on the topic of "Medical Humanities in Art and Literature: Contributions to Pharmacy Education Medical Humanities". It will be held on the 24th of November at 4 PM (Lithuanian time) on Microsoft Teams
Link to join lecture: link.lsmu.lt/02lxh1ts30 ... See MoreSee Less