Label Under Glass bottles or (LUG), were the stock and trade of compounding pharmacist all over the United States. These bottles were very popular from the 1800's to the early 1900's. Label Under Glass Bottles were the stock and trade of pharmacists all over the united states. Label Under Glass bottles were used to hold and store many different types of acids, bases and other compounding solutions used by pharmacist. The bottles content were listed on the label in Latin, which was the language of medicine until recent changes in medicine history.
Ancient Chinese Contributions World Cultures March 3, 2013 In today’s society we take a lot of things for advantage. It’s easy to forget about those before our time who made it so easy for us to glide through life as effortlessly as possible. The Ancient Chinese culture quite possibly has made the most significant contributions to the lifestyles we live. The Ancient Chinese are responsible for many great inventions that are still widely used in today’s society. For example, the Ancient Chinese invented alcohol during the Xia Dynasty.
Regarded as a general panacea and health tonic, anti stress agent as well as a potent restorative. (Reid, 1995,p.126) Ginseng has been recorded in writings as far back as the Han Dynasty 202BC where the Chinese were aware of ginseng’s medicinal usage. (TCM history Han Dynasty, 2013) The herb is native to North East China, Manchuria, Korea and Siberia. (Reid 1995 p.126) The Chinese name for ginseng translates to ‘ren-shen’ meaning ‘man-root’ as the root itself resembles the legs of a man. (Heffron 2012 p.67) Panax ginseng is one of the most commonly used and highly researched species of ginseng.
They believed that most illnesses were caused by evil spirits and the combined rational and spiritual medicine for its treatment. Since the beginning of the study of early Egypt, no more than a few historians recognized the importance of the disease and health on population. With the increased discoveries and knowledge about that civilization’s writing and language by the 19th century, the interest on that subject grew to a more accurate study of Egyptian Medicine. It led to the discovery of several pieces of extensive ancient medical documents, including the Edwin Smith Papyrus, the Ebers Papyrus and some others dating far back as 3000B.C, which give us the main source of information on medicine in the ancient Egypt and shows a high degree of understanding and knowledge about the human body. The Edwin Smith Papyrus is, without a doubt, one if not the most important documents about medicine in Egypt.
Chinese people used hemp to make clothes, shoes, rope, and an early form of paper. Since ancient time, marijuana has been used as a medicine benefiting many diseases and symptoms. The Mystical Emperor was prescribing marijuana tea for the treatment of gout, rheumatism, malaria, and poor memory in 2737 BC. The drug’s popularity as a medicine spread through Asia, Middle East and Africa. Certain Hindu sects in India used marijuana for religious purposes and stress relief.
As time continues and more research is being conducted there are constantly new changes in the world of medicine, especially regarding pyschoactive drugs. Firstly, despite it's negative stigma and current illegality, cocaine, a stimulant derived from the coca plant, was used as both a local anesthetic and as a treatment for several different psychiatric uses. Although cocaine has been extracted from the coca plant for centuries, it's medical usage didn't commence until the late nineteenth century, after being studied by Dr. W. S. Halsted. Halsted tested out cocaine's numbing properties and supported it's use during medical procedures, such as surgeries, as a local anesthetic. Though other anesthetics have since been synthesized, cocaine is still used by some physicians for certain surgeries due to it's distinctive ability to absorb into mucousal regions of the body, particularly those of the nose and throat.
The features of Traditional Chinese Medicine Abstract: Philosophy can be embodied and reflected by anything in the world. The Chinese consider the world as the “one” and the “harmony”, and it can be proved by the theory of traditional Chinese medicine. Through the introduction to traditional Chinese medicine, this paper will try to prove how the ancient Chinese philosophy influenced and helped to form the traditional Chinese medicine. Keywords: Chinese philosophy, medicine, Qi, Yin and Yang, Zhang / Fu, Five Elements. As we know, the ancient Chinese philosophy emphasized the “one”, the “blending” and the “harmony”.
Garlic: Its Uses as an Alternative Medicine Outline Thesis Statement: Even though current medications are working fine to cure many illnesses and diseases, garlic should be used as an alternative medicine because garlic is all natural and has been used for many centuries. Garlic has many uses that are more beneficial than current scientifically man-made medicines. I. Garlic is uses universally as long as historical events have been recorded. A. Garlic has been used medicinally for many centuries. B. Chinese dynasties consumed garlic as medicine.
How drugs inspired the most popular music since 1967? There is no doubt drugs make music sound better when we’re on them but do they help artists produce better music? Or is it simply the large quantity of drug user’s can relate when artists are singing about drugs as they are familiar with the effects. Drugs have heavily influenced many, if not most of the iconic artists of the past half-century; The Beatles, Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, The Ramones, The Rolling Stones and Oasis were all known for drug use. Each with number one selling albums.
This expected growth was also related to a higher approval by governments as there were changes in the society acceptance and technological improvements on this area. * Comparison factor as Medmira’s first rapid HIV test for OTC, Miracare, had a big success in China and this could happen in the rest of the world. Due to this