This is powerful medicine that dramatically reduces the risk for a disease for which nothing exists in the pharmacopeia.
also pharmacopoeia, "official book listing drugs and containing directions for their preparation," 1620s, from medical Latin, from Greek pharmakopoiia "preparation of drugs," from pharmakon "drug" (see pharmacy) + poiein "to make" (see poet). First used as a book title by Anutius Foesius (1528-1595) of Basel. Related: Pharmacopeial.
pharmacopoeia phar·ma·co·poe·ia or phar·ma·co·pe·ia (fär'mə-kə-pē'ə)
A book containing an official list of medicinal drugs together with articles on their preparation and use.
A collection or stock of drugs.