Just wait till I get the ipecac bottle--you mayn't have any at your house.
I'm going to give her a dose of ipecac first of all."
Minnie May did not take kindly to the ipecac but Anne had not brought up three pairs of twins for nothing.
I gave her every drop of ipecac in that bottle and when the last dose went down I said to myself--not to Diana or Young Mary Joe, because I didn't want to worry them any more than they were worried, but I had to say it to myself just to relieve my feelings--`This is the last lingering hope and I fear, tis a vain one.' But in about three minutes she coughed up the phlegm and began to get better right away.
Noyes promoted his products in the pages of his magazine, touting Noyes Pectoral Syrup with Heroin--a mix of cherry, squills, blood roots, ipecac
, tartaremetic--as "no better remedy for a cough."
It is renowned to contain numerous secondary metabolite such as alkaloids (ipecac
and benzopyridoquinolizidine), flavonoids, triterpenoids, saponins, tannins, phenolic resin glycosides, oil, alangine, lamarckinine, salviifosides A-C, salicin, kaempferol, and kaempferol 3-O-b-D-glucopyranoside.
He said various dangerous chemicals like steroids and mercury ipecac
were being used in face-whitening creams which had a bad impact upon the skin and led to skin diseases including skin cancer.
Use of these cosmetics was harmful for the skin as those contain various dangerous chemicals like steroids and mercury ipecac
which had a bad impact upon the skin and led to skin diseases including skin cancer.
These include irritation of the diaphragm from lung infections or inferior wall myocardial infarctions, uremia (in acute or chronic kidney disease), toxins, and certain drugs (e.g., ipecac
In addition, the provision of free locks, PCC number stickers, and syrup of ipecac
(a natural emetic) have proven to be effective in keeping the incident under control (1).
Emetine, a natural compound originating from ipecac
roots, has been utilized as a chemotherapeutic agent due to its apoptosis-inducing effects.
Gastrointestinal decontamination methods used in a study conducted by Caravati include, vomiting induction using ipecac
syrup (58%), activated charcoal alone (9%), gastric lavage combined with activated charcoal (7%), and ipecac
syrup combined with activated charcoal (3%) (18).