Syrupus Cascarae Aromaticus. Br. Aromatic Syrup of Cascara.

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Related entry: Cascara

Sirop aromatique de Cascara Sagrada, Fr.; Aromatischer Amerikanisch-Faulbaumrindensirup, G.

"Liquid Extract of Cascara Sagrada, 400 millilitres; Tincture of Orange, 100 millilitres; Alcohol (90 per cent.), 50 millilitres; Cinnamon Water, 150 millilitres; Syrup, sufficient to produce 1000 millilitres. Mix." Br.

This was a new syrup in the Br. Pharm., 1898. It forms a convenient means of administering cascara, the alcohol being added to aid its preservation.

Dose, from one-half to two fluidrachms (1.8-7.5 mils).

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