Pantocrine

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Pantocrine

 

a liquid alcoholic extract from antlers in the velvet of the deer Cervus elaphus sibiricus and C. e. songaricus, the Manchurian red deer (C. e. xanthopygos), and the Japanese deer (Cervus nippon). It is applied as drops or given in intramuscular injection as a tonic for asthenia, hypotension, and other disorders.

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