Traducción de cure-all en Español:


curalotodo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkjʊərɔːl//ˈkjʊrɔl/


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    curalotodo masculino
    remedio curalotodo masculino
    panacea femenino
    • In another age, he'd be selling his patent cure-all medicine from the back of a wagon.
    • Chamomile tea has been seen as a medicinal cure-all for centuries, but only now have UK researchers found evidence that the herbal tea has real benefits in a wide range of health ailments from the common cold to menstrual cramps.
    • But in October when the horse fell ill, he took it to a surgeon with veterinary skills to be bled - a cure-all for every ailment at the time.
    • Rejecting any and all such criticism is, in the world of medicine, similar to proposing a new cure-all drug that has no side-effects, but failing to produce any evidence that it worked.
    • The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, which required truth in labeling, applied to established pharmaceutical firms as well as to manufacturers of patent medicines and cure-all panaceas.
    • He had quite a complex set of ideas on how it could be done, and he did dismiss the idea that a single medicine, a single elixir could be the cure-all that would achieve that.
    • Historically, whey was considered a cure-all used to heal ailments ranging from gastrointestinal complaints to joint and ligament problems.
    • Shark cartilage pills are advertised as cure-alls for any number of ailments and diseases.
    • However, this does not mean that antibiotics are a cure-all.
    • However, less than half a century on, the bubble looks set to burst on the golden era of cure-all medicine, with the disturbing news that the drugs designed to save mankind may instead spawn an epidemic that could destroy it.
    • Once deciphered, the scrolls were found to contain the ancient Egyptian equivalent of a medical manual, complete with herbal remedies and cure-alls.
    • Of course they spoke of their brew as if it were a medicinal cure-all when in reality they produced highly refined and greatly prized moonshine.
    • It is supposed to be a cure-all herb that was created almost half a century ago.
    • Be aware of products or treatments that are advertised as a quick and effective cure-alls for a wide range of ailments.
    • Education, supposedly the cure-all for prejudice, tends to lead individuals into more segregated life circumstances, as it is also often accompanied by higher income and more occupational prestige.
    • Some marketers are promoting coral calcium as a cure-all for many chronic and serious conditions.
    • But as popular and lucrative as cure-all patent medicines were in the 1890s, they failed to generate the kind of money to which his lifestyle aspired.
    • It's been a long time since I've had much faith in the sorts of drugs and herbal cure-alls that you can buy from the back pages of a magazine.
    • How did soy get its reputation as a cure-all for modern ailments?
    • It is legendary in its use as a magical cure-all and has been used as food or a remedy since time immemorial.