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Smyrna scammony was made in commerce for at least a century and a half, it has but recently been abandoned, for reasons to be stated directly. When the Dictionnaire Uni versel a'es Drogues Simples of Lemery, of 1733... Læs mere

Excerpt from The American Journal of Pharmacy, 1848, Vol. 14

Smyrna scammony was made in commerce for at least a century and a half, it has b... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The American Journal of Pharmacy, 1848, Vol. 14

Smyrna scammony was made in commerce for at least a century and a half, it has but recently been abandoned, for reasons to be stated directly. When the Dictionnaire Uni versel a'es Drogues Simples of Lemery, of 1733, was pub lished, the distinction between them was well established. This author has stated that the first is preferable to the second, and is clean, light, tender, friable, resinous, grey, easily reduced to an ash-grey powder, of a stale, disagree able odour, and a taste a little bitter the latter is more close or compact, heavier, blacker, less resinous, breaking with di¿iculty, less grey in powder, and whitening less the liquor in which it is dissolved. It is evidentfrom the peru sal of the description given by Lemery, of the Aleppo kind, and a comparison of it with that presently to be presented of Virgin scammony, that the same substance is referred to. The writers of drugs of nearly the same date, (the middle of the eighteenth century) as Tournefort, Lewis and Pomet, describe the article in the same terms, and con trast it with Smyrna scammony. In the course of time, the application of the name Aleppo was made to an article of infinitely inferior quality, fabricated from the pure drug, and sufficiently differing from Smyrna to main~ tain the impression that it was genuine.

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