Asked by: Myron Ettahiriasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th May, 2020
What does pharmaceutical mean in Latin?
Besides, what does the word pharmacy mean in the Greek?
The ancient Greek word for "pharmacy" means "witch" or "witchcraft". I have read that its root meaning can also mean "poison".
Furthermore, who is the father of pharmacy? Galen
Also asked, what is the mean of Pharmaceutical?
A pharmaceutical is any kind of drug used for medicinal purposes, like cough syrup or sleeping pills. You may have heard of a pharmacy, which is a place where you can buy medicinal drugs, or a pharmacist, which is a person who prepares those drugs.
Does pharmacy mean sorcery?
Pharmacy = Sorcery The Greek word for “Pharmacy” is “Pharmakeia,” which means “Sorcery, Witchcraft.” So right away we see that your pharmacist is actually a witch. The pill-pushing, vaccine dispensing, New Ager, stiff-necked rejecter of God is a sorcerer!