This section is from the book "Materia Medica And Therapeutics Inorganic Substances", by Charles D. F. Phillips. Also available from Amazon: Materia medica and therapeutics.
Saccharated lime-water is prepared by mixing slaked lime with twice its weight of sugar, and digesting in water for a few hours; it becomes yellowish by keeping; its taste is more caustic and unpleasant than that of the simple liquor; it contains 7.11 gr. of lime per ounce.
Linimentum Calcis is an emulsion or soap formed with equal parts of lime-water and olive oil, and containing an oleate of calcium.