Definition of eucrasia
: a normal state of health : physical well-being —opposed to dyscrasia
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Origin and Etymology of eucrasia
New Latin, from Medieval Latin, mixture of the humors in good proportions, from Greek eukrasia, from eu- + -krasia (from krasis mixing, combination) — more at crasis
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