If you take my advice, madame, you will give the child some syrup of ipecac.
A teaspoon of syrup of ipecac, repeated in fifteen minutes if necessary.
Take sulphate of zinc, sixty grains; rhubarb and ipecac, each thirty grains; cayenne, sixty grains.
It went from one to another as if it had been a dish of ipecac.
Robert entered a room smelling of rhubarb, jalap, ipecac, and other medicines in bottles and packages on the shelves.
Acid with the ipecac, giving them in rotation, a dose every hour.
Syrup of ipecac is a common remedy, the dose is a teaspoonful, and repeated in ten minutes if necessary.
"ipecac," cried Matrena Petrovna, and she made the general drink it.
Take podophyllin, sixty grains; leptandrin and sanguinaria, ipecac and pure cayenne, each thirty grains.
Both poison and ipecac were found in the stomach expulsions.
1710, borrowing via Portuguese of a shortened form of Tupi ipecacuana (a word attested in English from 1682), a medicinal plant of Brazil. The Indian word is said to mean "small plant causing vomit."
ipecac ip·e·cac (ĭp'ĭ-kāk')
A preparation that is made from the dried roots and rhizomes of the shrub Cephaelis ipecacuanha that is used to induce vomiting.