Similarly the carbonate of guaiacol may be given in doses even as large as a drachm.
Alcohol, m. 21⁄2; Creosote and guaiacol sulphonates of each, gr.
Luff recommends the administration over long periods of guaiacol carbonate, in cachets beginning with doses of 5–10 grs.
guaiacol guai·a·col (gwī'ə-kôl', -kōl')
A yellowish, oily, aromatic substance derived from guaiacum or wood creosote and used chiefly as an expectorant, a local anesthetic, and an antiseptic.