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Bottles for powders and granular substances
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Rhubarb in powder
Pulvis Rhei (Pulv. Rhei)
Used as a stomachic and as a laxative

(Donated by: Department of Pharmacy,
University of Malta)
Compound powder of Rhubarb
Pulvis Rhei Compositus (Pulv. Rhei Co.)
Used as a laxative for delicate persons and children

(Donated by: Department of Pharmacy,
University of Malta)
 
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Ginger in powder
Pulvis Zingiberis (Pulv. Zingib.)
Used mainly as a stomachic
and as a flavouring agent

(Donated by: Department of Pharmacy,
University of Malta)
Powdered Nux Vomica
Nux Vomica Pulverata (Nux. Vom. Pulverata)
Used in atonic dyspepsia and administered in cachets or capsules, often with bismuth compounds or pepsin

(Donated by: Department of Pharmacy,
University of Malta)

 

Bottle for liquid preparations Poison bottle
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A lip at the top of the narrow neck
aids pouring of liquids. 
Available in different colours:
blue, brown and green

 

Bottle for oils Amber bottle
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A hole in the stopper allows
any spilt oil to return back to the bottle.
Provides protection
against exposure to light

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