Pilulae Aloes Dilutae, B.P.C., Mild Aloes Pills.
Synonym.—Marshall Hall's Pills.
|Barbados Aloes||0.78 gramme|||||12 grains|
|Extract of Liquorice||0.78 gramme|||||12 grains|
|Hard Soap, thinly sliced||0.78 gramme|||||12 grains|
|Treacle||0.78 gramme|||||12 grains|
|Distilled Water, a sufficient quantity.|
|To make 1 2 pills.||||
Dissolve the aloes in water, and strain; add the other ingredients to the strained liquid, mix, evaporate to a pilular consistence, and divide into 12 pills.
Dose.—1 or 2 pills.
The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1911, was published by direction of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.