CAP came out for airstrikes against ISIS inside Iraq in June, but warned they were not a panacea.
The president seems to believe that a two-state solution in Israel is the panacea for stopping the spread of radical Islam.
The Common Core standards are not a panacea; much depends on the curricula that states and districts select to implement them.
The drug Gemzar is touted as the panacea for this deadly disease.
Yet none is a panacea; in many cases, political change lags.
His faith in it as a panacea for all political trouble was as strong as ever.
A brick may be considered a panacea, and may be carried in the hat.
Each one had his panacea for all the aches and pains of his race.
It is merely a spoon with which the panacea can be administered.
Government interference, the panacea of cranks and schemers.
panacea pan·a·ce·a (pān'ə-sē'ə)
A remedy claimed to be curative of all problems or disorders; a cure-all.