confection

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confection

a medicinal drug sweetened with sugar, honey, etc.
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"Honey is a nourishing superfood and is such a gift for mankind," says Ross Mills, the 27-year-old owner, along with her 28-year-old partner, Regan O'Reilly, of Echo Electuary in Eugene.
An explanation from 1860 says: "The assassins, before they attacked an enemy, would intoxicate themselves with a powder made of hemp leaves, out of which they prepared an inebriating electuary, called hashish."
pills, bolus, portion, draught, electuary, decoction, or any medicines,