Related entry: Hyoscyamus
|Hyoscine Hydrobromide||0.057|||||1 1/4 grains|
|Cocaine Hydrochloride||0.913|||||20 grains|
|Atropine Sulphate||0.114|||||2 1/2 grains|
|Sodium Nitrite||12.50|||||273 grains|
|Glycerin||25.00|||||1 1/4 fl. ounces|
|Liquid Extract of Liquorice, a sufficient quantity.|
|Compound Solution of Thymol||to 100.00|||||to 5 fl ounces|
Dissolve the salts in 60 (3 fluid ounces) of the compound solution of thymol; then add the glycerin and liquid extract of liquorice, and make up to the required volume. The liquid should be sherry coloured. It is sometimes required without the sodium nitrite (Nebula Hyoscinae Composita sine Sodii Nitrite).
The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1911, was published by direction of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.