Emplastrum Belladonnae Mitius, B.P.C. Milder Belladonna Plaster. Emplastrum Belladonnae Viride, B.P.C.
|Liquid Extract of Belladonna||33.33|||||1 fluid ounce|
|Resin Plaster (contains lead) ...||to 100.00|||||to 3 ounces|
Concentrate the liquid extract by distilling off the alcohol. and evaporating on a water-bath, until the residue weighs 10 (131 grains); then add the previously melted plaster, and mix. This plaster contains about 0.25 per cent. of the alkaloids of belladonna root, and is less likely to produce poisonous symptoms than Emplastrum Belladonnae, B.P. If this plaster be desired of a bright green colour, chlorophyll may be added in sufficient quantity.
EMPLASTRUM BELLADONNAE VIRIDE, B.P.C.
GREEN BELLADONNA PLASTER.
|Dried Extract of Belladonna||25.00|||||4 ounces|
|Chlorophyll, a sufficient quantity.|
|Rubber Adhesive Plaster ...||to 100.00|||||to 16 ounces|
Mix the dried extract of belladonna with 62.5 (10 ounces) of rubber adhesive plaster, previously melted on a water-bath, then add sufficient chlorophyll to produce a bright green colour, and make up to the required weight with rubber adhesive plaster. The product contains 0.25 per cent. of the alkaloids of belladonna leaf.
The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1911, was published by direction of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.