What is Dyscrasia?
"Dyscrasia" is a real word; and it is not a fictional land! According to Google's Word Viewer NGRAM, it's peak usage was in 1881! So what does it mean?
Dyscrasia literally means “a bad mixture of liquids.” Historically, dyscrasia referred to any imbalance of the four medicinal humors professed by the ancient Greeks to sustain life (phlegm, blood, black and yellow bile). On the other hand, eucrasia meant a healthy mix/state.