Spiritus Aurantii Compositus. U. S. Compound Spirit of Orange. Sp. Aur. Co.

Related entry: Oil of Orange - Oil of Lemon - Oil of Anise - Oil of Coriander

Teinture d'essence d'orange, Fr. Cod.; Esprit d'orange composee, FT.; Zusammengesetzter Orangegeist, G.

"Oil of Orange, two hundred mils [or 6 fluidounces, 366 minims]; Oil of Lemon, fifty mils [or 1 fluidounce, 331 minims]; Oil of Coriander, twenty mils [or 325 minims]; Oil of Anise, five mils [or 81 minims]; Alcohol, a sufficient quantity, to make one thousand mils [or 33 fluidounces, 6 ½ fluidrachms]. Mix them. Keep the product in completely filled, well-stoppered bottles, in a cool and dark place." U. S.

This compound spirit has been introduced for the purpose of producing the orange flavor in making the official aromatic elixir, and in various N. F. elixirs. It will be found by physicians to be a useful and fragrant addition to prescriptions.

Off. Prep.—Elixir Aromaticum, U. S.

The Dispensatory of the United States of America, 1918, was edited by Joseph P. Remington, Horatio C. Wood and others.