Di·ach'y·lon Di*ach'y*lum noun [ New Latin diachylum , from Greek ... very juicy; dia` thoroughly + ... juice.] (Med. & Chem.) A plaster originally composed of the juices of several plants (whence its name), but now made of an oxide of lead and oil, and c...
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• (n.) Alt. of Diachylum
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Diachylon (from Lat diachȳlōn, representing Gr διὰ χυλων, `[a medicament] composed of juices`), also rendered diachylum or diaculum, was originally a kind of medicament made of the juices of several plants (thus its name), but now commonly the name for lead-plaster, emplastrum plumbi—a plaster made of lead oxide boiled together with.....
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Diachylon was a substance prepared by heating together lead oxide or litharge, olive-oil, and water, until the combination was complete, and replacing the water as it evaporates. It was formerly used for curing ulcers, and was the basis of many plasters around 1900.
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