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of·fic·i·nal

(ŏ-fis'i-năl),
Denoting a chemical or pharmaceutical preparation kept in stock, in contrast to magistral (prepared extemporaneously according to a physician's prescription); an officinal preparation is often, although not necessarily, official.
[L. officina, shop]

officinal

/of·fic·i·nal/ (o-fis´ĭ-nal) denoting pharmaceutical preparations that are regularly kept at pharmacies.

officinal

(ə-fĭs′ə-nəl, ô′fĭ-sī′nəl, ŏf′ĭ-)
adj.
1. Readily available in pharmacies; not requiring special preparation.
2. Recognized by a pharmacopoeia: an officinal herb.

of·fic′i·nal·ly adv.

of·fic·i·nal

(ŏ-fis'i-năl)
Denoting a chemical or pharmaceutical preparation kept in stock.
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