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Press of the American Medical Association, 1916 - Drugs - 173 pages
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Page 95 - Oil of peppermint occurs as a colorless liquid, with the characteristic peppermint odor and a strongly aromatic, pungent taste, followed by a sensation of cold when air is drawn into the mouth.
Page 95 - Colorless, acicular or prismatic crystals, having a strong and pure odor of peppermint, and a warm, aromatic taste, followed by a sensation of cold when air is drawn into the mouth.
Page 144 - It occurs as a bright, chocolate-colored, or reddish-yellow, bulky powder, with a very slight aromatic odor. It is practically insoluble in water and nearly insoluble in alcohol.
Page 102 - USP — A mixture of the enzymes naturally existing in the pancreas of warm-blooded animals, usually obtained from the fresh pancreas of the hog, Sus scrofa or the ox, Bos taurus.
Page 128 - A solution in physiological solution of sodium chloride of certain antitoxic substances obtained from the blood serum or plasma of the horse, Equua Caballus Linne
Page 54 - A mixture of neutral principles extracted from Goa powder, a substance found deposited in the wood of Vouacapoua Araroba. PROPERTIES: Chrysarobin is a pale orange-yellow to brownish, microcrystalline powder, tasteless, odorless and irritating to the mucous membrane.
Page 105 - It occurs as a colorless or very slightly yellowish, oily, transparent liquid, without odor or taste, but giving off, when heated, a faint odor of petroleum.
Page 129 - A volatile oil obtained from black mustard by maceration with water and subsequent distillation, yielding, when assayed by the process given in the US Pharmacopeia, not less than 92 per cent, of allyl iso-thiocyanate.
Page 111 - INCOMPATIBILITIES: Solutions of lead salts are incompatible with carbonates, hydroxids, iodids, chlorids and sulphates. ACTION AND USES : The chief internal use of lead acetate is as an astringent in diarrhea. It is rarely used for this purpose for fear of lead...
Page 142 - Oil of turpentine occurs as a thin colorless liquid, having a characteristic odor and taste, both of which become stronger and less pleasant by age and exposure to air. Oil of turcent...

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