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Citrate of iron and quinine, 256 grains.
Citrate of iron and strychnine, 128 grains.
Simple elixir, 14 fluidounces.
Distilled water, 2 fluidounces.
Dissolve the citrates in the distilled water, using a moderate heat if required; then add the simple elixir, and filter if necessary.
Each fluidrachm (teaspoonful) of the finished elixir contains two grains of citrate of iron and quinine and one grain of citrate of iron and strychnine. The above proportions were announced in New Remedies, 1878.