Senna Indica. East Indian Senna. (Tinnivelly Senna.) The dried leaflets of Cassia angustifolia. Pale yellowish-green leaflets unequal at the base; odour and taste similar to the above. The following preparations may be made from either of these two drugs.

3Confectio Sennę. Dose, 60 - 120 grs.; 4 - 8 gms. - 9.33; Coriander Fruit, 4; Figs, 3.16; Tamarinds, 12; Cassia Pulp, 12; Prunes, 8; Extract of Liquorice, 1.33; Sugar, 40; Water sufficient to produce 100 by weight.

1Infusum Sennę. Dose, 1/2 - 1 fl. oz.; 15 - 30 c.c: as a draught, 2 fl. oz.; 60 c.c. - 10; Ginger, 0.63; boiling Water, 100.

2Mistura Sennę Composita. (Black Draught.) Dose, 1-2 fl. oz.; 30 - 60 c.c.

Magnesium Sulphate, 25; Liquid Extract of Liquorice, 5; Compound Tincture of Cardamons, 10; Aromatic Spirit of Ammonia, 5; Infusum of Senna to 100.

3Liquor Sennę Concentratus. Dose, 30 - 60 min.; 2 - 4 c.c. - 100; Tincture of Ginger, 12.5 ; Alcohol, 10 ; Water, to 100: by repeated percolation.

1Syrupus Sennę. Dose, 1/2 - 2 fl. dr.; 2 - 8 c.c. - 40; Oil of Coriander, 0.02; Alcohol, 0.08; Sugar, 50; Alcohol, 20%, 70; Water, q.s.: by repeated maceration, evaporation, and solution.

2Tinctura Sennę Composita. Dose, if repeated, 30 - 60 min.; 2 - 4 c.c: for a single administration 2 - 4 fl. dr.: 8 - 16 c.c. - 20; Raisins, 10; Caraway Fruit, 2.5; Coriander Fruit, 2.5; Alcohol 45%, 100: by maceration.

Serpentariae Rhizoma. Serpentary Rhizome. The dried rhizome and roots of Aristolochia Serpentaria or of A. reticulata. The rhizome of A. Serpentaria is tortuous and slender about 1 inch long and 1/8 in diameter, bears on its upper surface remains of aerial stems and on the lower numerous wiry roots. A. reticulata is similar but the rhizome is larger. Odour camphoraceous, taste strong, bitter, and aromatic.

Infusum Serpentarię. Dose, 1/2 - 1 fl. oz.; 15 - 30 c.c. - 5; boiling Water, 100.

Liquor Serpentarię Concentratus. Dose, 1/2 -2 fl. dr.; 2 - 8 c.c. - 50; Alcohol, 20% 100: by percolation.

Tinctura Serpentarię. Dose, 30 - 60 min.; 2 - 4 c.c. - 20; Alcohol, 70% 100: by percolation.

Sevum Praeparatum. Prepared Suet. The internal fat of the abdomen of the sheep, Ovis aries, prepared by melting and straining.