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Dr Gregory's stomachic powder

Description

Glass bottle containing Dr. Gregrory's stomachic powder. Part of George III mahogany apothecary's box.
Dr. Gregory's stomachic powder for indigestion, acidity, heart-burn, irregular bowels &c. Composed of genuine turkey rhubarb, calicned magnesia & Jacmaica giner.
DOSE - A large tea teaspoonful to be taken occasionally in a little water; or New Milk.
Prepared according to the original recipe.
James Harley (from Basildon's Edinr.)
Family & dispensing chemist, 3 James' Sqaure, Crieff

Date

late 19th century

Identifier

2003/15.3

Coverage

Crieff, Scotland

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glass

Dr Gregory's stomachic powder

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

glass

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Citation

Harley; James (fl. 1878-1911); Chemist & Druggist and Gregory; James (1753-1821); Physician, “Dr Gregory's stomachic powder,” Heritage, accessed December 16, 2018, https://heritage.rcpsg.ac.uk/items/show/791.