Origin of hyoscine
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Other salts of Hyoscine are not described because used substantially as the above.Merck's 1899 Manual
Merck & Co.
The latter plant was considered to contain a new alkaloid, “Duboisine,” but duboisine is a mixture of hyoscyamine and hyoscine.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
Alexander Wynter Blyth
According to this view hyoscyamine ought to be the hyoscinate of hyoscine, or at any rate an isomer of this body.
If the patient becomes very delirious and is in no way depressed, chloral or hyoscine should be given.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
- another name for scopolamine
Word Origin for hyoscine