A pharmaceutical preparation, in which glycerin is employed as the excipient.
The sugar of milk, about 10 per cent., or 1⁄2 grain per pill, no doubt is simply an excipient.
An excipient for medicinal agents when they are to be administered in the form of bolus.
For an excipient in manipulating a pill mass which do you prefer—the magnesia carbonate or the pulverised glycerrhiza radix?
The excipient is unobjectionable, as it is readily soluble in the juices of the stomach.
excipient, ek-sip′i-ent, n. a substance mixed with a medicine to give it consistence, or used as a vehicle for its administration.
excipient ex·cip·i·ent (ĭk-sĭp'ē-ənt)
An inert substance used as a diluent or vehicle for a drug.