Four ounces of ammonia, four ounces of white Castile soap cut fine, two ounces of alcohol, two ounces of Price’s glycerine and two ounces of ether. Put the soap in one quart of water over the fire; when dissolved add four quarts of water; when cold add the other ingredients, bottle and cork tight. It will keep indefinitely. It should be made of soft water or rain water. To wash woolens, flannels, etc., take a teacup of the liquid to a pail of lukewarm water, and rinse in another pail of water with half a cup of the cream. Iron while damp on the wrong side. For removing grass stains, paint, etc, use half water and half cream.
Source: The Golden Age Cook Book, H. L. DwightFiled under Remedy | Tags: alcohol, ammonia, castile soap, cream, dwight, ether, flannel, glycerin, glycerine, grass, japanese cream, paint, soap, stains, wool | Comment (0)
Alcohol one quart, sulphuric ether four ounces, chloroform two ounces, laudanum two ouncss, oil of wintergreen one-half ounce, oil of lavender one-half ounce, camphor one-half ounce. Apply with a
silk handkerchief. Half this quantity is enough to have mixed at one time, as the chloroform and ether evaporate so quickly.
Source: The Housekeeper’s Friend: A Practical CookbookFiled under Remedy | Tags: alcohol, camphor, chloroform, ether, housekeeper, laudanum, lavender, neuralgia, oil of lavender, oil of wintergreen, pain, silk, sulphuric ether, wintergreen | Comment (0)
Alcohol one ounce, laudanum one drachm, chloroform five drachms, gum camphor one-half drachm, oil of cloves one-half drachm, sulph. ether two drachms, oil of lavender one drachm. Saturate a small piece of cotton, and put into the cavity; be careful not to touch any part of the mouth with it as it is very pungent; put the cotton on the point of some sharp instrument, put it into the cavity and place a small piece of clean cotton over it.
Source: The Housekeeper’s Friend: A Practical CookbookFiled under Remedy | Tags: alcohol, camphor, cavity, chloroform, clove, clove oil, cotton, ether, gum camphor, housekeeper, laudanum, lavender, mouth, oil of cloves, teeth, tooth, toothache | Comment (0)
First wash the mouth well with warm water, then use the following tincture: Tannin, 10 grains; gum mastic, 1/2 drachm; 10 drops of carbolic acid; dissolve in 1/2 ounce of sulphuric ether. Paint the decayed hollow of the aching tooth over with this tincture twice or thrice, using a camel’s hair brush. The tincture will remain in good condition for a month or more, provided care is taken to keep it in a vial with a glass stopper.
Source: Audel’s Household Helps, Hints and ReceiptsFiled under Remedy | Tags: audel, brush, carbolic acid, decay, ether, gum mastic, mastic, mouth, sulphuric ether, tannin, teeth, tincture, tooth, toothache | Comment (0)
The fit may be prevented by the administration of twenty drops of ether. When it has take place, open the windows, loosen the tight parts of the dress, sprinkle cold water on the face, &c. A glass of wine or cold water when the patient can swallow.
Source: Enquire Within Upon Everything.Filed under Remedy | Tags: ether, fit, hysteric, hysterics | Comment (0)