A mercury-bromine compound used as a germicide for disinfection of the skin and wounds. It has been outlawed in the U.S.A. by the FDA for years, although non-mercury types are still available.
Neosporin and other antibitoic ointments are used today much like Mercurachrome was many years ago.
by E Rogers May 01, 2008
A fungal type growth, typically found in the rainforests of Brazil in South America. Great cure for Jock Itch, Athlete's Foot, and many other bodily fungi.
Much like penicillin
by HeyMiStAhDJ June 26, 2005