What did apothecaries use?
apothcaries used knives, tongue scrapers, tooth extractor, bandages, hebs.
A scruple is not a coin, but a weight. And the word is not Greek, but Latin in origin. The word scruple comes from a Latin word meaning sharp pebble, and this is true of both the English word for a weight and the word for a moral consideration. As a weight, a scruple is in the apothecaries' series of the English system, and is one third part of a apothecaries' dram. The word dram…
well the colonists didnt have drug stores like we do now. they had apothecaries. they were more than just a druggist. they preformed surgeries, prescribed medicine and provided other medical treatment. im doing this for my ABC book for school in the fifth grade and i am absolutely sure that this answer is right! hope this can help all of you people with this same question!
Answer There are 0.4536 kilograms per 1 avoirdupois pound OR 2.2046 pounds in 1 kilogram. 0.373241 kilograms equal 1 troy pound. Troy weights are for gold, silver, platinum, and other expensive materials. The now discontinued Apothecaries' weights are for medicine. Avoirdupois is for everything else. The metric system does not distinguish between cheap and expensive materials. Since the 1950's, medicine has been measured in metric units, soon found to be superior to the old Apothecaries'…
There is no such thing. In terms of game lore, Moon Sugar is harvested from sugar canes that grow in a special place, in the province of Elsweyr. The only place to obtain it in Skyrim is to buy it from the Khajiit traders, rarely from apothecaries, and there are a few fixed locations where it can be found also.
Maraschino is the liqueur you are thinking of. It is a clear bittersweet drink flavoured with Marasca cherries and their crushed pits which adds a taste of almonds to it. First brewed by the apothecaries of the Dominican Monastery at Zadar, in the 16th century. This drink is commonly sold under the brand name of Luxardo.