Apothecary Clear Glass Bottle Container, Used For Crude Drugs, 1869.

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Apothecary Clear Glass Bottle Container, Used For Crude Drugs, Label Reads, Liquor Citrate, Bismuth Ammon, J. B. Henderson, Dispensing Chemist, Phone No. 36, Dollar, Estabd. 1869. 

 

Citrate Medication is used to make the urine less acidic. This effect helps the kidneys get rid of uric acid, thereby helping to prevent gout and kidney stones. This medication can also prevent and treat certain metabolic problems (acidosis) caused by kidney disease.

Bismuth Is Probably Best Known as The Main Ingredient In Stomach Ache Remedies Such as Pepto-Bismol. Bismuth, element 83 on the periodic table of elements, is a post-transition metal, according to Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Ammonium Bicarbonate Is an Inorganic Compound, Thanks to its physicochemical properties this ingredient is used as a leavening and stabilizing agent, and as an acidity regulator.

Common Glass Apothecary Containers For Crude Drugs, ointments and liquids were among the many functional products made by skilled glassblowers, who might also create windows, drinking vessels, beads, and laboratory apparatus. Glass drug jars were not considered to have great monetary value and were fragile, consequently, such jars for holding oils, tinctures, and syrups once prevalent in German apothecaries of The 18th and 19th Century are Now Very Rare.

Item Code - GLA5A9051LGA

Width: 3"  Height: 7 1/4"  Depth: 3"  Weight: 327 g


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