CO2 Science from Centuries Past

The father of modern medicine, Paracelsus (1493–1541), made use of carbon dioxide gas for therapeutic purposes, calling it Spiritus Sylvester. Paracelsus was a pioneering figure in the development of early modern medicine and pharmacology. He believed in using natural substances, including gases, minerals, and plants, for healing and treatment. One can read a medical book… View Article

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