Scientific Transfer and Scholarship in Medieval Arabic Pharmacology

Scientific Transfer and Scholarship in Medieval Arabic Pharmacology

Arabic pharmacology, a branch of scientific literature dealing with the preparation and application of compound drugs as formulated in the Arabic language, is an interdisciplinary subject and an intercultural discipline. This article describes its Greek, Indian, and Chinese origins and illustrates the multicultural character of Arabic pharmacology by examples taken from life.

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