Medical Dictionary

cachet

noun ca·chet \ka-ˈshā\

Definition of CACHET

:  a medicinal preparation for swallowing consisting of a case usually of rice-flour paste containing an unpleasant-tasting medicine—called also wafer, wafer capsule
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