This section is from the "A Handbook of Useful Drugs" book, by State Medical Examining and Licensing Boards.
U. S. P. [Extractum Glycyrrhizae Fluidum, Pharm., 1890].
An aqueous extract of glycyrrhiza preserved by means of glycerin and alcohol.
Average Dose: 2 cc. or 30 minims.
A simple mixture of 12 c.c. of fluidextract of glycyrrhiza and 88 c.c. of aromatic elixir is official in the U. S. P. as "elixir adjuvans."
Glycyrrhiza in the form of powder is used as a flavoring agent and vehicle in connection with: