These preparations now prevented Claes from thinking, for the time being, of the alkahest.
It was the only moment for sixteen long years when Balthazar forgot the alkahest.
alkahest, Alcahest, al′ka-hest, n. the universal solvent of the alchemists.
The idea of the alkahest had swept like a conflagration through the building.
Paracelsus, a bold empiric and wild Caballist, asserted that he had discovered it, and called it his 'alkahest'.
She must bring down the spirit of the sun and blend it with her own—for wheat partakes of the alkahest.