John Uri LloydJohn Uri Lloyd (19 April 1849 – 9 April 1936) was an American pharmacist and leader of the eclectic medicine movement who was influential in the development of pharmacognosy, ethnobotany, economic botany, and herbalism.
He also wrote novels set in northern Kentucky. His most popular novel was the science fiction or allegorical ''Etidorhpa, or, the end of the earth: the strange history of a mysterious being and the account of a remarkable journey'' (1895). First distributed privately, it was later illustrated and printed in eighteen editions. Translated into seven languages, it was widely read in Europe as well as the United States. Provided by Wikipedia
Drugs and medicines of North America a quarterly devoted to the historical and scientific discussion of botany, pharmacy, chemistry and therapeutics of the medical plants of North...
Published 1884Other Authors: '; “...Lloyd, John Uri (1849-1936)....”
The eclectic alkaloids, resins, resinoids, oleo-resins and concentrated principles inclusiv portraits and biographies of John King, William Stanley Merrell, Alexander Wilder, Willi...
Published 1910Other Authors: '; “...Lloyd, John Uri 1849-1936...”