By HENRY A. BORELL.
Editor Amer. Jour. Pharmacy:
The very popular " Soda Mint," so much employed as an antacid and carminative for over-fed infants and dyspeptics, was originally a favorite prescription of Dr. Geo. Norris, of this city. His formula was the following:
|Spt. Ammon. Aromat.,||ℨj,|
|Aquae Menthae Piperitae,||Oj.|
Dose, from a dessertspoonful to a tablespoonful for adults; from half to one teaspoonful for infants.
The American Journal of Pharmacy, Vol. XLIII, 1871, was edited by William Procter, Jr. (Issues 1-4) and John M. Maisch (Issues 5-12).