929. These preparations soon spoi and therefore should only be made i: small quantities, particularly in sum mer.

930. Of Chimaphila

Take on ounce of pyrola, (chimaphila or winte green), and boil it in a pint and a hal of water until it is only one pint; ther strain. Dose, from one to two ounces four times a day. Use, in dropsies, a a diuretic.

931. Of Logwood

Boil one ounce and a half of bruised logwood in two pints of water until it comes to on< pint; then add one drachm of bruisec cassia, and strain. Dose, from one to two ounces. Use, as an astringent.

932. Of Dandelion

Take two oun ces of the freshly sliced root, and boi. in two pints of water until it comes to one pint; then add one ounce of com pound tincture of horse-radish. Dose from two to four ounces. Use, in a sluggish state of the liver.