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  1. ... whether the vehicle be com patible with the active ingredients of the powder. PHARMACY. 737 COMPOUND POWDER OF CAMPHOR. Mix together Camphor, ...
  2. ... whether the vehiole be com- patible with the active ingredients of the powder. PHARMACY. 73-i COMPOUND POWDER OF CAMPHOR. Mix together ...
  3. ... in the East Indies. 346 MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY. What are its properties and uses ? Its active ingredient is a volatile oil. It is aromatic and ... 20 or 30 grains. 380 MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY. Fig. 23. ... or Juniper Berries ? The active ingredient is a vola- tile oil. The berries are ...
  4. ... dissolved on the addition of much water. 60 PHARMACEUTICAL NOTES. Suppositories. T. D. Eeed recommends the following process of manufacturing suppositories. Weigh out the ingredients and the cocoa butter, and place them on ...
  5. ... require manufacturers of dietary supplements to prove good manufacturing processes and to correctly label their ingredients,[ 4 ] the standardization of products such as St. John's wort with respect to the desired amount of potentially active ingredients is not required by the FDA, but ...
  6. NLM Digital Collections - The American eclectic dispensatory 
    Publication: Cincinnati : Moore, Wilstach, & Keys, 1854
    ... solution, and are commonly prepared by incorporating 1226 Pharmacy. Sugar with Vegetable, Aqueous or Spirituous solutions, expressed Juices etc. When the active principles of the ingredients used are dissi pated or decomposed by boiling, ...
  7. ... diminution of the vital energy; the opposite of active. Pas'sula. A small raisin. PAS 519 PEA Passula'tum. In Pharmacy, a medicine in which raisins form the chief ingredient. Pas'sum. Raisin wine. Pas'ta. A lozenge. ...
  8. ... PART III. PREPARATIONS AND COMPOSITIONS. The practice of pharmacy is ... active ingredients which constitute some of the compositions, as directed ...
  9. ... to its other ingredients, is more or less active. Its dose, in cases of labor, to ... taining sugar as the antiseptic ingredient. The kind of sugar used in the officinal ...
  10. ... the latter is a simple mixture of its ingredients. b. Developement of Active Elements. The accomplishment of such an effect is in many instances the sole object of a pharmaceutical process. The resinous body known by the name ...
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