Synonyms.—Compound Mixture of Glycyrrhiza; Brown Mixture.
Related entry: Glycyrrhiza
|Extract of Liquorice||3.00|||||262 1/2 grains|
|Syrup||5.00|||||1 fl. ounce|
|Gum Acacia, in coarse powder||3.00|||||262 1/2 grains|
|Compound Tincture of Camphor||12.00|||||2 fl. oz. 192 min.|
|Antimonial Wine||6.00|||||1 fl. oz. 96 min.|
|Spirit of Nitrous Ether||3.00|||||288 minims|
|Distilled Water||to 100.00|||||to 20 fl. ounces|
Dissolve the extract of liquorice and the gum acacia in 50 (10 fluid ounces) of the distilled water by trituration, add the solutions to the other ingredients, previously mixed, and make up to the required volume with distilled water.
Dose.—4 to 8 mils (1 to 2 fluid drachms).
The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1911, was published by direction of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.