Almond meal is sometimes used as an adulterant in ipecacuanha powder.
Take of ipecacuanha, two drachms; boiling water, four ounces.
ipecacuanha and vanilla beans are now the principal articles of export.
From ipecacuanha, 30 gr.; squills and ammoniacum, of each 40 gr.
The great man soon vanished, leaving behind him a harmless preparation of aconite and ipecacuanha.
I counted on the ipecacuanha returning as the year wore on; but she never came.
To guard against these evils, an emetic of ipecacuanha should be administered, and a blister applied to the neck.
Get the medicine chest and bring me the bottle of ipecacuanha.
A feebly basic or alkaloidal body, existing in and forming the active principle of ipecacuanha.
Ipecac, (an abbreviation of ipecacuanha,) an Indian medicinal plant, acting as an emetic.
1710, borrowing via Portuguese of a shortened form of Tupi ipecacuana (a word attested in English from 1682), a medicinal plant of Brazil. The Indian word is said to mean "small plant causing vomit."
ipecac ip·e·cac (ĭp'ĭ-kāk')
A preparation that is made from the dried roots and rhizomes of the shrub Cephaelis ipecacuanha that is used to induce vomiting.