1 edition of A compleat history of drugs found in the catalog.
Translation, with omissions, of the authors Histoire générale des drogues. Pomet acknowledged that much of his material was supplied by Tournefort and other friends. The anonymous translator and editor has drawn upon the works of Tournefort and Lémery when their descriptions have appeared more accurate and concise than those of Pomet, and has added to Pomets description and history of each drug that of Lémery, as extracted from his Traité universel des drogues simples. cf. Dedication and pref.Names of the authors quoted in this work: 7th-10th prelim. leaves.
|Statement||R. and J. Bonwicke,andR. Wilkin [etc.]|
|Publishers||R. and J. Bonwicke,andR. Wilkin [etc.]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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1968 FDA Bureau of Drug Abuse Control and Treasury Department Bureau of Narcotics are transferred to the Department of Justice to form the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs BNDDconsolidating efforts to police traffic in abused drugs. Bonwicke, 1737--YOUNG GEORGE A Treatise on Opium, Founded on Practical Observations, FIRST EDITION, bookplate of Coward College Library [Blake, p.
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For example, the criminalisation of certain drugs in Australia and internationally has contributed greatly to the stigma experienced by the people who use them.
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Expands FDA authorities to collect user fees from industry to fund reviews of innovator drugs, medical devices, generic drugs and biosimilar biological products; promotes innovation to speed patient access to safe and effective products; increases stakeholder involvement in FDA processes, and enhances the safety of the drug supply chain. Wine was fermented in the Caucasus in ; Sumerians brewed beer in. 4 This legislation can be understood as contributing to a climate of racism, where smoking opium was used as a symbol of difference between cultures.
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During the Civil War the numbers of people exposed to morphine in the course of being treated for their war-related injuries sky-rocketed.
3 This trade was a huge source of revenue for British authorities - however it was causing widespread use and dependence in China.
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Doughton of and was drafted by Harry Anslinger.