Besides, the caffeine in the coffee probably aided the pilocarpine.
To this end the resin of copaiba in pilular form and pilocarpine subcutaneously may be used.
In a similar manner, if yet not so intensely, operated saltpeter and coffeine, as also urea and pilocarpine.
Jaborine resembles atropine pharmacologically, and is therefore antagonistic to pilocarpine.
When the skin is habitually dry and harsh a dose of pilocarpine every other night for a few times will often prove very useful.
pilocarpine is not only the most powerful sialogogue but also the most powerful diaphoretic known.
pilocarpine fused with potash yields trimethylamine, carbon dioxide, butyric, and traces of acetic acid.
A subcutaneous dose of muscarine may be administered instead of pilocarpine, but is not quite so good.
Other salts of pilocarpine are not described because used substantially as the above.
One-thirty-second of a grain of muriate of pilocarpine was administered every six hours without the desired sudorific effect.
pilocarpine pi·lo·car·pine (pī'lō-kär'pēn')
A colorless or yellow poisonous compound used to induce sweating, promote salivation, and treat glaucoma.