American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record, Volume 26

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American Druggist Publishing Company, 1895 - Materia medica
 

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Page 131 - Any manufacturer finding it necessary to use alcohol in the arts, or in any medicinal or other like compound, may use the same under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, and on satisfying the collector of internal revenue for the district •wherein he resides or carries on business that he has complied with such regulations and has used such alcohol therein, and exhibiting and delivering up the stamps which show that a tax has been paid thereon, shall be entitled to receive...
Page 292 - First, If, when a drug is sold under or by a name recognized In the United States Pharmacopoeia or National Formulary...
Page 110 - They are what might be called sample cases from a large number of similar ones which have terminated favorably under the influence of the gold preparations mentioned. One feature which has been particularly noticed in connection with mercauro is its marked aphrodisiac properties. While only male patients have mentioned this, no doubt the female ones experienced similar sensations or exhilaration. This latter has been alluded to by a number of patients of both sexes. There is no doubt in my mind that...
Page 253 - Whoever not being registered as aforesaid shall advertise or hold himself out to the public as a physician or surgeon in this Commonwealth, by appending to his name the letters "MD...
Page 40 - Iodine and the iodides should be given on an empty stomach, when they rapidly diffuse into the blood. If given during digestion, the acids and starch alter and weaken their action. Acids as a rule, should be given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrane of the stomach is in a favorable condition for the diffusion of the acid into the blood.
Page 110 - So far не the preparations mentioned are concerned, they are efficient and rapid in action and the manifest effects of the gold are evident. An exact dosage by means of measuring the drops is attained and ease of administration is secured, no disturbance of the stomach resulting from their ingestion. The vertigo which is experienced disappears as soon as the dose is diminished. I have had no occasion to observe aurism up to the present.
Page 128 - THE marvelous property of endowing its user with the power to endure severe and prolonged mental and physical exertion without taking food and without feeling fatigue is the particular virtue which has attracted attention to Kola. It diminishes the elimination of nitrogen, or, in other words, it lessens the tissue waste resulting from the decomposition of nitrogenous substances.
Page 218 - ... and the name and place of business of the seller. Nor shall it be lawful for any person to sell or deliver any...
Page 83 - SAYRE. Organic Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy. An Introduction to the Study of the Vegetable Kingdom and the Vegetable and Animal Drugs. Comprising the Botanical and Physical Characteristics. Source, Constituents, and Pharmacopeial Preparations, Insects Injurious to Drugs, and Pharmacal Botany.
Page 41 - ... chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes and defeat the object for which they were prescribed. Metallic Salts (especially corrosive sublimate), also Tannin and pure Alcohol, impair the digestive power of the active principle of the gastric juice, and should only appear in the stomach during its period of inactivity.

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