Origin of chrysarobin
Examples from the Web for chrysarobin
Historical Examples of chrysarobin
Succedaneum for Chrysarobin; very active reducer or "reactive."Merck's 1899 Manual
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The British pharmacopoeia has an ointment containing one part of chrysarobin and 24 of benzoated lard.
Pyrogallol is valuable, and is employed in the same manner and strength as chrysarobin.
It is less rapid than chrysarobin, but it rarely inflames the surrounding integument.
Chrysarobin is a valuable remedy, but must be used with caution; it may be employed as an ointment, five to ten per cent.