The Collaborative International Dictionary
Apozem \Ap"o*zem\, n. [L. apozema, Gr. ?, fr. ? to extract by
boiling; ? from + ? boil.] (Med.)
A decoction or infusion. [Obs.]
n. (context medicine obsolete English) A decoction or infusion.
Usage examples of "apozem".
He was blooded, vomited, purged, and blistered, in the usual forms (for the physicians of Hungary are generally as well skilled in the arts of their occupation as any other leeches under the sun), and swallowed a whole dispensary of bolusses, draughts, and apozems, by which means he became fairly delirious in three days, and so untractable, that he could be no longer managed according to rule.