\kˈalsɪs mjˈʊɹi͡əz], \kˈalsɪs mjˈʊɹiəz], \k_ˈa_l_s_ɪ_s m_j_ˈʊ_ɹ_iə_z]\
Definitions of CALCIS MURIAS
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This salt has been given, in solution, as a tonic, stimulant, &c., in scrofulous tumours, glandular obstructions, general debility, &c. A Solu'tio Muria'tis Calcis, Liquor Calcis Muria'tis, Solution of Muriate of Lime, Liquid Shell, may be formed of Muriate of Lime, ozj; dissolved in distilled water, fozijj. The Liquor Cal'cii Chlo'ridi or Solution of Chloride of Calcium, of the Pharmacopoeia of the United States, is prepared as follows :-Marble, in fragments, ozix, Muriatic acid, Oj; Distilled water, a sufficient quantity. Mix the acid with a half pint of the water, and gradually add the marble. Towards the close of the effervescence apply a gentle heat, and, when the action has ceased, pour off the clear liquor and evaporate to dryness. Dissolve the residuum in its weight and a half of distilled water, and filter. Dose, from gtt. xxx to fozj, in a cupful of water.
By Robley Dunglison