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Manufacturer and builder, 6 / 1893

- The following is recommended in Nouveaux Remèdes: 120 grm. of gum arabic and 30 grm. of gum tragacanth are macerated separately in a little water; the latter mixture is agitated until a viscous emulsion is formed, when the gum arabic solution is added and the whole filtered through fine linen. With this liquid are then incorporated 120 grms. of glycerine, in which 2,5 grm. oil of thyme have been dissolved. The volume is then made up to one liter by the addition of distilled water. This paste is said to possess remarkable adhesiveness, and to keep well in sealed flasks.

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