EXTRACTUM CINCHONAE FLAVAE
\ˈɛkstɹaktəm sˈɪnt͡ʃənˌiː flˈaviː], \ˈɛkstɹaktəm sˈɪntʃənˌiː flˈaviː], \ˈɛ_k_s_t_ɹ_a_k_t_ə_m s_ˈɪ_n_tʃ_ə_n_ˌiː f_l_ˈa_v_iː]\
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Of the Pharmacopoeia of the United States (1842), is directed to be prepared as follows: Yellow Bark, in coarse powder, tbj; Alcohol, Oiv; Water, a sufficient quantity. Macerate the Peruvian bark with the alcohol for four days; then filter by a displacement apparatus, and when the liquid ceases to pass, pour gradually on the bark water sufficient to keep its surface covered. When the filtered tincture measures four pints, set it aside, and proceed with the filtration until six pints of infusion are obtained. Distil off the alcohol from the tincture and evaporate the infusion till the liquids are respectively brought to the consistence of thin honey; then mix and evaporate to form an extract.-Ph. U. S.
By Robley Dunglison
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