catholicon[-i kän′, -i kən]
Archaic a supposed medicine to cure all diseases; panacea
Origin of catholiconMiddle English ; from Medieval Latin ; from Classical Greek katholikon, neuter of katholikos: see catholic
A universal remedy; a panacea.
Origin of catholiconMiddle English, from Old French, from Medieval Latin, from Greek katholikon, generic description, from neuter of katholikos, universal; see Catholic .