This section is from the book "A Text-Book Of Pharmacology, Therapeutics And Materia Medica", by T. Lauder Brunton. Also available from Amazon: A text-book of pharmacology, therapeutics and materia medica.
The partially expanded fresh flowers of Citrus vulgaris and Citrus Aurantium. They may be preserved by mixing them well with half their weight of chloride of sodium, pressing them into a jar, and keeping in a cool place.
Characters. - Fragrant and somewhat bitter.
Preparation. Aqua Aurantii Florum.