Compendium of Materia Medica

Developer: Vera Shang

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 169.2 MB - Download

Description:

"Compendium of Materia Medica" is a Chinese medicine ancient by canon. It is the writings of the ancient Chinese pharmacy in the history of the largest, most comprehensive pharmacy. Edited by Ming Li, Yu Wanli six years (1578). It chronicles the 1892 kinds of drugs (374 kinds of new Li), divided into 60 categories, to close 1892 kinds of medicine, with more than 11,096 prescriptions. Is set in the 16th century, the culmination of Pharmacy achievement, starting from the 17th century, the "Compendium of Materia Medica" after another has been translated into five countries, including Germany, Britain, France, Russia and other text. 《Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China》, published in 1953, collected a total of 531 kinds of modern drugs and preparations.There are over 100 kinds of drugs and preparations from "Compendium of Materia Medica". British biologist Charles Darwin called the 《Compendium of Materia Medica》''The encyclopedia of 1596".


This"Compendium of Materia Medica" App means to help the users read this pharmacy masterpiece more easily, so that its usefulness can be applied as wired as possible,which may make the great book the ceremony of the real daily life of health and a book of family care necessary. This App e-books not only works on the searching, and presenting features, but also set a variety of illustrations of various herbs in the book, with clear and concise interface, fast operation. Users can quick and easy access to a variety of herbs, release, odor, attending property.

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Version 1.0
Review by yikes, how long???

Where’s the English translation? - This page in the App Store says it’s in English, simplified Chinese, and traditional Chinese. If there is an English component, I can’t find it. And the link from this page to the developer, so we can write and ask how to find the English, if it exists, takes you to a page in Chinese with five tabs at the top, none of which appears to be related to herbs. Seems like a scam to me.

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