Warburg's tincture

Warburg's tincture
Warburg's tincture War"burg's tinc"ture (Pharm.) A preparation containing quinine and many other ingredients, often used in the treatment of malarial affections. It was invented by Dr. Warburg of London. [1913 Webster]

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