A Persian word pâdzehr has two meanings in old medicine first of which is that saves the spirit and body from the poison, the other meaning is that describes remedies that are based on stones. In today's rational medicine, its definition to the antidote and comprehension and its old definition antidote understanding, in terms of framework, there are differences. The word of pâdzehr, coming from Persian word of pâd and zehr, has occurred by adding the annex of pâd to the word of zehr that means fixing the damage and healing the menace. In old medicine, the things that save bodies and worry and grief disorders were called as pâdzehr. About this topic, in the work of Şifâ’iyye penned by Şifâî Shaban Efendi, the stones featuring antidote were described. In the first part of this work, metallic antidotes; in the second part, bestial antidotes and in the third part of this work, other stones relating to antidotes are described. And in the section of epilogue, many useful stones having strange features are described. This small volume work composed of a foreword, three parts and epilogue, Şifâî Shaban Efendi who is a palace doctor wrote these pamphlets by analyzing many medicine books during the time of Sultan Mustapha, the second upon the encourage of Silahdâr İbrâhîm Agha. In this article, this small pamphlets is introduced.