- Linseed oil,
- Lime water,
of each equal parts. Mix them.
This liniment is extremely useful in cases of scalds or burns, being singularly efficacious in preventing, if applied in time, the inflammation subsequent to burns or scalds; or even in removing it, after it has come on.
It is also a species of soap, and might be called Soap of Lime, although it probably contains a great excess of oil.
Source: The Edinburgh New Dispensatory, Andrew DuncanFiled under Remedy | Tags: burn, burns, edinburgh, inflammation, lime, liniment, linseed, linseed oil, scald, scalds, skin, soap, soap of lime | Comment (0)