The dose makes the poison latin sola dosis facit venenum is an adage intended to indicate a basic principle of toxicology it is credited to paracelsus who expressed the classic toxicology maxim all things are poison and nothing is without poison the dosage alone makes it so a thing is not a poison. Chapter 1 the dose makes the poison assessing toxic risk student edition 5 eating contaminated food receives an unintentional overdose similarly a smoker intentionally inhales whatever substances are contained in cigarette. The dose makes the poison view count 34159 views nearly 500 years ago swiss physician and chemist paracelsus expressed the basic principle of toxicology all things are poison and nothing is without poison only the dose makes a thing not a poison. The dose makes the poison is more than just an introduction totoxicology it is an enjoyable read with lots of interestingstories and one i can thoroughly recommend chemistry industry 25 july 2011. The dose makes the poison is a phrase which refers to the fact that whether a substance causes toxic effects depends on how much of it is taken a toxic substance is harmless if taken in small enough quantities and a harmless one can be poisonous if taken in large enough quantities
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