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Alli FDA Approved Drugs

ALLI [OrlistatC29H53NO5]
OTC
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60mg (oral capsule)
Glaxosmithkline ConsFeb 7, 2007
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BEKYREE [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
Lupin LtdAug 12, 2015
efficacy
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CORLANOR [Ivabradine HydrochlorideC27H36N2O5ClH]
RX
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eq 5mg base (oral tablet)
eq 7.5mg base (oral tablet)
Amgen IncApr 15, 2015
  • A method for treating heart failure in a human using a crystalline form of ivabradine hydrochloride.
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CYCLESSA [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.1mg,0.125mg,0.15mg : 0.025mg,0.025mg,0.025mg (oral-28 tablet)
Aspen Global IncDec 20, 2000
efficacy
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DESOGEN [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg : 0.03mg (oral-28 tablet)
Organon Usa IncDec 10, 1992
efficacy
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DESOGESTREL AND ETHINYL ESTRADIOL [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
0.15mg : 0.03mg (oral-28 tablet)
0.1mg,0.125mg,0.15mg : 0.025mg,0.025mg,0.025mg (oral-28 tablet)
Accord HlthcareJun 5, 2017
Aurobindo Pharma LtdMar 22, 2017
Mayne PharmaDec 29, 2008
Mylan Labs LtdAug 30, 2013
Duramed Pharms BarrAug 12, 1999
Novast Labs LtdJul 12, 2013
Watson LabsJul 29, 2005
efficacy
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EMOQUETTE [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg : 0.03mg (oral-28 tablet)
Vintage Pharms LlcFeb 25, 2011
efficacy
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ENSKYCE [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg : 0.03mg (oral-28 tablet)
Lupin LtdMar 7, 2013
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GALLIUM CITRATE GA 67 [Gallium Citrate Ga-67C6H5O7Ga]
RX
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2mci/ml (injection injectable)
Lantheus MedclApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
Mallinkrodt NuclearApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
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ISIBLOOM [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg : 0.03mg (oral-28 tablet)
Sandoz IncAug 12, 2015
efficacy
0.0  (0)
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KALLIGA [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg : 0.03mg (oral-28 tablet)
Aurobindo Pharma LtdMay 17, 2017
efficacy
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KARIVA [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
BarrApr 5, 2002
efficacy
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KIMIDESS [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
Vintage PharmsApr 30, 2015
efficacy
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LUPRON DEPOT [Leuprolide AcetateC59H84N16O12C2H4O2]
RX
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11.25mg/vial (injection injectable)
22.5mg/vial (injection injectable)
3.75mg (injection injectable)
30mg/vial (injection injectable)
45mg/vial (injection injectable)
7.5mg/vial (injection injectable)
Abbvie Endocrine IncMar 7, 1997
efficacy
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MACROBID [NitrofurantoinC8H6N4O5 : Nitrofurantoin, Macrocrystalline]
RX
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75mg : 25mg (oral capsule)
Alvogen MaltaDec 24, 1991
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MACRODANTIN [Nitrofurantoin, Macrocrystalline]
RX
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100mg (oral capsule)
25mg (oral capsule)
50mg (oral capsule)
Alvogen MaltaApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
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NETSPOT [Gallium Dotatate Ga-68]
RX
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2.1-5.5mci/ml (intravenous powder)
Aaa Usa IncJun 1, 2016
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NITROFURANTOIN [Nitrofurantoin, Macrocrystalline]
RX
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100mg (oral capsule)
25mg (oral capsule)
50mg (oral capsule)
Actavis Labs Fl IncJun 18, 2015
Impax Labs IncJan 28, 1993
MylanAug 18, 2004
Sun Pharm IndsFeb 16, 2016
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NITROFURANTOIN (MONOHYDRATE/MACROCRYSTALS) [NitrofurantoinC8H6N4O5 : Nitrofurantoin, Macrocrystalline]
RX
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75mg : 25mg (oral capsule)
Amneal PharmsMay 15, 2017
MylanMar 22, 2004
SandozApr 5, 2005
Watson Labs IncJul 8, 2015
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PIMTREA [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
Novast Labs LtdAug 1, 2013
efficacy
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UPTRAVI [SelexipagC26H32N4O4S]
RX
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0.2mg (oral tablet)
0.4mg (oral tablet)
0.6mg (oral tablet)
0.8mg (oral tablet)
1.2mg (oral tablet)
1.4mg (oral tablet)
1.6mg (oral tablet)
1mg (oral tablet)
Actelion Pharms LtdDec 21, 2015
  • Method of treating pulmonary arterial hypertension comprising administering a crystalline form of selexipag.
  • Method of treating pulmonary arterial hypertension comprising administering a pharmaceutical composition comprising selexipag.
  • Method of treating pulmonary arterial hypertension comprising administering selexipag in combination with the endothelin receptor antagonist macitentan.
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VELIVET [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.1mg,0.125mg,0.15mg : 0.025mg,0.025mg,0.025mg (oral-28 tablet)
Duramed Pharms BarrFeb 24, 2004
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VIORELE [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
Glenmark GenericsApr 2, 2012
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VOLNEA [DesogestrelC22H30O : Ethinyl EstradiolC20H24O2]
RX
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0.15mg,n/a : 0.02mg,0.01mg (oral-28 tablet)
Sandoz IncSep 9, 2016
efficacy
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XENICAL [OrlistatC29H53NO5]
RX
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120mg (oral capsule)
Hoffmann La RocheApr 23, 1999
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WARNING: Consult a licensed physician in the appropriate field for medical treatment and drug prescription. Do not self medicate.


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for reference only. Many of these treatments may be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field. The owner of this website will not be held liable for any injuries and deaths cause by following any home remedies. We have no control of what is posted.

Home Remedies for Alli

SORE THROAT [pharyngitis]
   Garlic (Allium sativum L.) kills bacteria and some viruses. Place half a clove of garlic between the teeth and each cheek and/or suck on clove. Alternately, buy garlic lozenges and use as directed. Garlic has antiviral, anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.
Mechanism - allyl 2-propenethiosulfinate or diallyl thiosulfinate
GuydeMaupassant | August 7th, 2020
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SORE THROAT [pharyngitis]
   Garlic (Allium Sativum) has antibacterial properties against cariogenic bacteria (Streptococcus mutans and Lactobacillus acidophilus). Garlic juice can be used as a mouthwash to treat plaque or mouth sores.
Mechanism - allicin
Jlaiii | August 9th, 2020
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COLDS COUGH FEVER [acute viral rhinopharyngitis - acute cor]
   ...During epidemics/pandemics: Drink 1 time per day.

This may just be what we need to help prevent COVID-19 infections!

Sulfur Compounds: aliin, allicin, ajoene, allylpropl, diallyl, trisulfide, sallylcysteine, vinyldithiines, S-allylmercaptocystein, and others.

Amino acids: arginine and oth......allylpropl, diallyl, trisulfide, sallylcysteine, vinyldithiines, S-allylmercaptocystein, and others.

Amino acids: arginine and others.

Enzymes: allinase, peroxidases, myrosinase, and others.

Allicin (diallyl thiousulfinate or diallyl disulfide) does not exist in garlic until it is crushed o...NathanielHawthorne | August 13th, 2020
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WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Felter's Materia Medica on Alli

ABIES (Tsuga canadensis)TSCA
   The bark and prepared resinous exudate of Tsuga canadensis, Carriére (Abies canadensis, Michaux; Pinus canadensis, Linné). (Nat. Ord.... / ...nt, antiseptic, and useful where an astringent remedy is desired in conditions of relaxation, with pallid mucosa. In small doses, the specific medicine may be employed n gastric irritation and in that... / ...be used where there is excessive secretion of mucus and the cough is largely precipitated by a feeble and relaxed state of the uvula and fauces. 4

ABSINTHIUM (Artemisia absinthium)ARAB3
   The flowering tops and leaves of Artemisia Absinthium, Linné (Nat. Ord. Compositae); Europe, Siberia, Barbary, Newfoundland, and the United... / ...ituents.—A volatile oil (Oleum Absinthii), containing principally absinthol (CIO H16 0) and a crystalline bitter absinthin (C15 H20 04). Preparations.—1. Infusum Absinthii, Infusion of Absinthium (3... / ...used for the expulsion of the intestinal parasites-Ascaris vermicularis and Ascaris lumbricoides. The oil may be given in doses of 1 to 5 drops. 4

ACTÆA ALBA.
   The rhizome and rootlets of Actaea alba, Bigelow (Nat. Ord. Ranunculaceae). A perennial of the United States east of the Mississippi, abounding in... / ...rom black cohosh (cimicifuga). Albumen, starch, sugar, and gum are present, but neither tannic nor gallic acids. Preparation.—Specific Medicine Actaea. Dose, 1 to 20 drops. (Usual form of administrat... / ...arising from derangement of the reproductive organs. Like cimicifuga it is useful in atonic indigestion of the nervous dyspepsia type. 4

AGARICUS (Amanita muscaria)
   ...ristalsis takes place, paralysis and death. Muscarine is the direct antagonist to atropine. Closely allied to Agaricus is Amanita phalloides, Fries or Death Cup. Common in the United States and the ca......raic diarrhoea occurs, with death within two to four days. It contains muscarine and a toxalbumen phallin, both of which are deadly agents. While salt abstracts the latter, there is no known antidote ...4

ALLIUM CEPA
   The fresh bulb of Allium Cepa, Linné (Nat. Ord. Liliaceae). Common in cultivation everywhere. Common Name: Onion. Principal Constituent.—A colorless oil, composed chiefly of a... / The fresh bulb of Allium Cepa, Linné (Nat. Ord. Liliaceae). Common in cultivation everywhere. Common Name: Onion. Pri... / ...other urinary disorders with passages of blood, pus, and mucus. The dose is from 5 to 10 drops in water. It is sometimes given with an equal quantity of tincture of Xanthium Strumarium. 4

ALLIUM SATIVUM
   The bulb of Allium sativum, Linné (Nat. Ord. Liliaceae). Sicily, Asia Minor,... / The bulb of Allium sativum, Linné (Nat. Ord. Liliaceae). Sicily, Asia Minor, and Central Asia; cultivated also ......nstituents.—Chiefly an acrid volatile oil, containing sulphur compounds. Preparations.—1. Syrupus Allii, Syrup of Allium. Dose, 1 to 2 fluidrachms. 2. Succus Allii, Juice of Allium. Dose, 1 fluidrac... / ...if not used to excess. As such it is a common ingredient of certain meat sausages. 4

ALOEALOE
   The dried juice of the leaves of several species of Aloe: (1) Aloe Perryi, Baker; (2) Aloe vera, Linné; (3) Aloe ferox, Miller. (Nat. Ord.... / ...nd volatile oil. Preparations.-(1) Aloinum, Aloin (a very bitter, yellow-to-dark-yellow, finelycrystalline powder, soluble in water, slightly in ether). Dose, 1/12 to 1/2 grain. 2. Pilulae Aloes, Pill...4

ALTHÆA OFFICINALIS
   The decorticated dried root of Althaea officinalis, Linné (Nat. Ord. Malvaceae), a plant of salt marshes, river banks, and moist, sandy soils.... / ...w. Principal Constituents.—Mucilage, starch, pectin, and asparagin, an odorless and colorless crystallizable body identical with althein and agedolite, found also in many other plants. Preparations.... / ...if starch, with some mucilage is needed, a decoction. It may be given freely. A syrup of marshmallow is a good vehicle for pectoral medication. 4

AURANTII AMARI CORTEX
   The dried rind of the fruit of Citrus Aurantium amara, Linné (Nat. Ord. Rutaceae). Dose, 5 to 30 grains. Common Names: Bitter Orange... / ...l (of Bitter Orange, Bigarade Orange, Seville Orange). Principal Constituents.— Hesperidin, a crystalline, bitter glucoside; isohesperidin, water soluble; aurantiamarin, the bitter principle; and a v... / ...is contained in both Compound Tincture of Cinchona and Compound Tincture of Gentian. 4

BELLADONNA (Atropa belladonna)ATROP
   The (1) dried root and the (2) dried leaves and tops of Atropa Belladonna, Linné (Nat. Ord. Solanaceae). Europe and Central Asia; also... / ...eep aching in loins or back; spasm of the involuntary muscles. In 3x dilution the indications are: Pallid countenance, with frequent urination; nervous excitation, with wild and furious delirium. Larg...4

CACTUS (Selenicereus spp.)
   The fresh, green stems and the flowers of Selenicereus grandiflorus (L.) Britt. & Rose (and other Selenicereus species—MM) (Cereus grandiflorus,... / ...ls through the vaso-motor apparatus. The peculiar state of the nervous system in cardiac diseases, calling for cactus, is quite characteristic. There is a marked mental depression, often amounting to ... / ...organ were held with a strong band, it is often the most prompt of all cardiac remedies. It is a good remedy in the heart troubles produced by to4

CALUMBA (Jateorhiza palmata)JAPA2
   The root of Jateorhiza palmata (Lamarck), Miers (Nat. Ord. Menispermaceae). A climbing perennial, the Kalumb of the Southeast coast of Africa.... / ...eet special indications, particularly when flatulence and constipation are present. Calumba and the allied bitters should not be given in acute or subacute inflammatory conditions of the stomach, nor ... / ...local action, and indirectly, by favoring better digestion, the quality of the blood is improved, hence its value in anemia during convalescence.4

CANTHARIS
   The dried beetles, Cantharis vesicatoria (Linné), De Geer. (Ord. Coleoptera.) Southern... / ...urope. Dose, 1 grain. Common Name: Spanish Fly; Synonym: Cantharides. Principal Constituents.—Crystallizable Cantharidin (C10H12O4) and a volatile oil are said to be the active or vesicating principl...4

CARBO LIGNI
   ...o Veg.) Dose, 1 to 30 grains. Specific Indications.—Gaseous fermentation and fetor; pulse feeble; pallid skin with doughy and tumid abdomen; expressionless, pale tongue, with spots of denuded coating...... from the lungs; and in some cases of leucocythaemia. A good indication for this remedy is a small pallid tongue with lenticular spots, and with this it may be given in any form of disease.” (Specifi...4

CINCHONACINCH
   I. Cinchona.-The dried bark of Cinchona Ledgeriana, Moens; Cinchona Calisaya, Weddell, and hybrids of these with other species of Cinchona... / ...ona Bark. Principal Constituents.—Quinine, quinidine, cinchonine, cinchonidine—all important crystalline alkaloids; quinamine, an important alkaloid; kinic (quinic) acid, kinovin (quinovin), cinchot... / ...chronic suppuration; and to arrest profuse and debilitating night sweats in one suffering from general debility with poor recuperative powers.4


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Materia Medica on Alli

ACID GALLIC
   Astringent but not locally hemostatic, Prescribed in diarrheas, in atonic albuminuria, in hematuria, colliquative sweats, diabetes insipidus (combined with opium) and in internal hemorrhages. Ap plied locally in ointments in hemorrhoids and for unhealthy ulcers. Dose, 0.2 to 1.0 Grm. (3 to 15 grs.)5

ACON ITINE
   Alkaloid derived from Acomrom Nnrermos, L., having the same medicinal properties as Aconite itself. Dose, 0.00015 to 0.0006 Grm. (1400 to 1-100 gr.). [Only crystallized Acnnitine Nitraté should be used. The amorphous or “mild” Aconitine is much less active and not uniform in strength.]5

BLACKBERRY (Rubus)RUBUS
   The bark of the root of RUBUs VILLOSUS, Ait. and other allied species of Rubus. A mild but eflicient astringent. Very useful in diarrheas, passive fluxes and as a topical remedy in relaxed condi tions generally.5

ECHINACEA
   The root of BRAUNERIA PALLIDA, (Nutt.) Brit. [Echinacea angustifolia, DC.]. Antiseptic, vulnerary, alterative; has a pungency like that of pellitory. Locally applied has a powerful aphrodisiac action.5

ELATERIUM
   A preparation from the fruit of ECBALLIUM ELATERIUM, (Lin.) A. Rich. A prompt and powerful hydragogue cathartic, used chiefly for removal of dropsical effusions. The active principle elaterin is to be preferred to the crude drug as more uniform in activity. Dose of Elaterium, 0.006 to 0.02 Grm. (1-10 to 1-3 gr.), of Elaterin; 0.0016 to 0.004 Grm. (1-40 to 1-15 gr.).5

GARLIC
   The bulb of ALLIUM SATIVUM, Lin. Stimulant, carminative, antispasmodic, diuretic, diaphoretic, emmenagogue, anthelmintic. Used in infantile colic, for relief of spasmodic coughs particularly in children. also per anum to destroy ascarides.5

GUAIACOL
   The principal constituent of BEecHwooD csEosorE. Antiseptic, antipyretic, local anodyne. Prescribed in tubercular diseases, car buncle, lupus, etc. Dose, 0.13 to 1.0 c. c. (2 to 15 Ill), administered in capsules or in milk. Guaiacol Carbonate is an insoluble crystalline powder which is nearly tasteless. Dose, 0.3 to 2.0 Grm. (5 to 30 grs.), three times-a day.5

MERCURY
   Compounds of MERCURY have a... / ...ful germicidal action, the mercuric salts, being the more soluble, having especial eficiency. a. Metallic Mercury, in the form of fllass of M€rcuTJ' (Blue Mass), containing 33 per cent. of the metal... / ...Grm. (% to 3 grs.); as a Cathay tic, 0.3 to 1.0 Grm. (5 to 15 grs5

ORRIS
   The rhizome of IRIs FLORENTINA, Lin., L GERMANICA, Lin. and L PALLID.-'1, Lam. Sialagogue. digestive stimulant; used as an agree able antiseptic in dentifrices and mouth washes, and for its violet like perfume.5

RESORCIN (Resorcinol)
   A crystalline substance readily soluble in water. Antiseptic, analgesic, anti-emetic, hemostatic. Used internally in gastric ulcer. in fermentative diarrhea, in sea sickness, etc.; as a spray in whooping cough and hay fever; as a lotion in eczema and psoriasis. Dose, 0.12 to 0.30 Grm. (2 to 5 grs.) or more.5


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Therapeutics Memoranda on Alli

ACIDITY OF STOMACH
   If due to fermentation, use antacids as palliatives to relieve im mediate distress, but prescribe also gastric antiseptics. Avoid indigestible food, particularly lats. If acidity is irom hyper-secretion, the remedies are antacids and henbane, for its inhibitive action on the secretions. In chronic gastric catarrh, bismuth. silver nitrate, antacids combined with salines. In all severe cases. lavage is the most useful treatment.5

ANEURISM
   When accessible, treat by pressure and other surgical procedures. Rest in bed and freedom from excitement are essential... / ...ot digitalis to control heart action. For pain, opiates, morphine com bined with chloral or croton chloral; chlorodyne. To favor formation of clots, gallic acid, calcium chloride, subcutaneous injections of steril ized gelatin solution or of iron salts.5

DIABETES INSIPIDUS
   If dependent on vaso-motor relaxation, ergot, extract suprarenal glands; astringents, particularly gallic acid and rhus aromatica. If due to nervous irritability, belladonna, nervines, bromides. Tonics are generally indicated, particularly iron and strychnine.5

HEMATURIA
   For hemorrhage from the bladder, the most eflicient remedies are fluid extract ergot, oil erigeron, gallic acid, cannabis indica and camphor (5 to 10 gr. doses). Astringent injections are not to be ad vised except in extreme cases, but epinephrine hydrochloride may be used thus. In malarial hematuria, sodium hyposulphite is recom mended, 5 to 15 grains four or five times a day.5

HEMOPTYSIS
   At the outset give aconite as arterial sedative (not if patient is exsanguinated). Later apply Esmarch bandages to limbs. Cold to serotum or vulva. Gallic acid and fluid extract ergot are often pre scribed but are of doubtful value. In favorable cases use a fine spray of epinephrine hydrochloride.5

PSORIASIS
   Internally give arsenic persistently, with iodides and other altera tives where these seem to be indicated. Extract of thyroid zland has been used with benefit. Locally, ointments of pyrogallic or salicylic acid, Iodosyl, ichthyol, chrysarobin, resorcin. ammoniated mercury, calomel.5

VERTIGO
   Treatment depends on the cause, which is oitenest disturbance of the stomach, and calls for antacids or stomachics. It is serious only when it indicates cerebral trouble, when bromides may relieve, but are only palliative.5


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