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Copy of The magical theory of relativity
Transcript of Copy of The magical theory of relativity
Percolation LET's DEFINE EACH :D T E R U T C N i S Preparation No.38 are defined in the USP as being alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solutions prepared from vegetable materials or from chemical substance. Difference between tinctures and extracts tincture is made with alcohol so it has a longer shelf life, and an extract is generally made with a oil. Why is the white portion of the rind of orange peel removed before maceration? The white portion of the rind must not be used, as the proportion of oil, which is only in the yellow rind, is reduced, and the bitter principle HESPERIDIN is introduced. PERCOLATION Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and excessive heat.. THE END. :)))) Fernandez, Ma. Klarissa M.
Rondilla, Kristine Bernadette N. THANK YOU :***** THREE (3) VARIATIONS OF TINCTURES Tinctures potent drugs (10%)
Tinctures prepared from non potent drugs (20%)
Tinctures prepared from undried fresh fruit peel (50%)
SWEET ORANGE PEEL TINCTURES LATIN NAME:
Citrus sinensis It was the most commonly grown tree fruit in the world (as of 1987) FORMULATION:
Sweet orange peel- active
Alcohol- vehicle Maceration METHOD OF PREPARATION:
---Maceration--- MATERIALS: ALCOHOL FUNNEL Filter Paper SWEET ORANGE PEEL DESCRIPTION OF THE FINISHED PRODUCT NOTE: METHOD OF PREPARATION (maceration..percolation) the solid ingredients are placed in a stoppered container with the whole of the solvent and allowed to stand for a period of at least 3 days, with frequently agitation. a procedure most frequently used to extract the active ingredients in the preparation of tinctures and fluidextracts . . . . . BEAKER Graduated Cylinder Mettler Balance USES: A flavor, used in syrups, elixirs and emulsions. This tincture was introduced to provide a delicate orange flavor direct from the fruit instead of depending upon orange oil which so frequently is terebinthinate and unfit for use. The tincture keeps well. Appropriate container:
Tight, Light-resistant container STORAGE CONDITION: Cool,dark place It is in the liquid form with an orange odor ALCOHOL CONTENT: 62-70% 09-28-12