Western Druggist Volume 24, No. 11

Western Druggist Volume 24, No. 11

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...made by dissolving two of the ueless. Salicylic acid causes deposition of tartar, following tablets in a pint of hot water: Rose found 40 per cent alcohol to be the simplest Sodium chlorid gr. 9 4-5 disinfectant mouth wash and to be perfectly harm-Sodium sulfate gr. 2-5 less. A solution of one gram of thymol in 30 Sodium carbonate gr. 1-5 grams of alcohol is equally as good and is more Sodium phosphate gr. 1-8 pleasant to use. It is without action on the gums Magnesium phosphate gr. 4-11 and mucous membrane. It is without irritant Eggs are scrubbed with soap and water, steril action and leaves a refreshed feeling in the mouth, ized with 1 to 1,000 mercury bichlorid solution, It may be used in the morning upon arising. In broken and the whites separated from the yolks, using this mouth wash, 10 or 15 drops of the The white of egg is then mixed with the saline thymol solution are to be added to a small goblet solution in the proportion of one egg to twelve of water and the mouth is to be rinsed out thor-ounces of the solution. This solution is filtered oughly with this liquid after each meal, in the through sterilized cotton and gauze, heated to morning upon arising, and at night before retir-a temperature of 105 deg. F. and injected into the. ing. selected locality after it has been carefully ster The best tooth powder is prepared chalk flavored ilized. The site of the juncture is any-point with peppermint oil. In using, moisten the brush where the skin is loose, as the back, side of the with the same thymolized water, avoiding the use chest or under the breast. The author finds that of a tooth brush that is too hard. Tooth powders sixteen ounces of the infusion is readily absorbed containing charcoal or pumice stone are harmful and that...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236748859
  • 9781236748850