Warburg's tincture


Definition of Warburg's tincture

  1. :  a liquid preparation containing quinine, aloes, rhubarb, angelica seed, elecampane, saffron, fennel, and other ingredients formerly used as an antiperiodic and invented by Dr. Carl Warburg

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Origin and Etymology of warburg's tincture

after Carl Warburg 19th century Austrian physician

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