Three times a day administer an electuary containing acetate of potash (2 drams), with licorice and molasses or honey.
It was enclosed in a gallipot, and was what I believe they called an electuary.
But the rich man sent him an electuary of gold and silver, and he was immediately made whole.
They also boil it with some kinds of berries into an electuary, but it is in every state very bitter.
The child took the electuary eagerly, for it was pleasant to the taste, and it did him good more than if it had been bitter.
Those employed in modern pharmacy and prescribing are included under the heads Confection, Conserve, or electuary.
Diascordium, dī-a-skor′di-um, n. an electuary prepared with scordium or water-germander.
electuary, e-lek′tū-ar-i, n. a composition of medicinal powders with honey or sugar.
A common method was to take the fæces of boys, dry them, mix them with the best honey, and administer an electuary.
Cowhage, made into an electuary with honey or treacle, is also an excellent vermifuge.
electuary e·lec·tu·ar·y (ĭ-lěk'chōō-ěr'ē)