A Century of the United States Pharmacopoeia, 1820-1920: I. The Galenical Oleoresins

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University of Wisconsin, 1917 - Oleoresins - 288 pages
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Page 178 - Add to the residue 5 cc. of distilled water, 5 cc. of hydrochloric acid, and 2 cc. of nitric acid, and evaporate to dryness on a water bath. Dissolve the residue in 40 cc.
Page 198 - Umbelliferce), without the presence or admixture of more than 5 per cent, of foreign seeds or other matter. Preserve Parsley Fruit carefully in tightly-closed containers, protected from light.
Page 144 - It is stated to be slowly but completely soluble in cold alcohol, more soluble in hot alcohol, readily soluble in ether, chloroform, carbon disulphide and fatty oils.
Page 111 - the dried ripe fruits of Capsicum fructescens Linne5 (Fam. Solanaceae), without the presence or admixture of more than 2 per cent. of stems, calyxes or other foreign matter.
Page 135 - Recover the greater part of the ether by distillation on a water-bath, and expose the residue fn a capsule until the remaining ether has evaporated.
Page 25 - Press the drug firmly, and percolate slowly with ether, added in successive portions, until the drug is exhausted. Recover the greater part of the ether from the percolate by distillation on a waterbath, and...
Page 13 - The oleoresins are official liquid preparations, consisting principally of natural oils and resins extracted from vegetable substances by percolation with stronger ether.
Page 114 - Place the capsicum in a cylindrical glass percolator, provided with a stop-cock, and arranged with a cover and a receptacle suitable for volatile liquids. Pack the powder firmly, and percolate slowly with ether, added in successive portions, until the percolate measures eight hundred mils.
Page 25 - Lupulin, one hundred grammes (100 Gm.) [3 ozs. av., 231 prs.] ; ether, a sufficient quantity. Put the lupulin into a cylindrical glass percolator, provided with a stop-cock, and arranged with cover and receptacle suitable for volatile liquids.
Page 136 - Keep the product in a well-stoppered bottle. Note. — Oleoresin of cubeb deposits after standing for some time, a waxy and crystalline matter, which should be rejected, only the liquid portion being used

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