Infusum Caryophylli Concentratum, B.P.C. Concentrated Infusion of Cloves.

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Cloves, in No. 10 powder 20.00 | 4 ounces
Alcohol (20 per cent.) to 100.00 | to 20 fl. ounces

Macerate the drug in 50 of the menstruum for seven days, strain, pack the marc in a percolator, and percolate slowly, first with the tincture, and subsequently with the alcohol, until the process is completed.

A product closely resembling infusion of cloves is obtained by diluting 1 part of this preparation with 7 parts of distilled water.

Dose.—2 to 4 mils (½ to 1 fluid drachm).

The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1911, was published by direction of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.