The second, which flows after greater pressure, is the oil (oleum, oleum olvum).
oleum rhodii, L. Said to be derived from the wood of a species of Rhodoriza.
From the fresh peel is obtained the oleum limonis (dose -3 minims), which has the characters of its class.
oleum croci, L. From the pistils of Crocus sativus (saffron).
The most effective antidote is oleum terebinthin, and the most suitable preparation is the French acid oil.
oleum phoc, L. From the hood seal, and harp seal, and other species of Phocid.
oleum cer, L. From beeswax and sand distilled together; the product is rectified once or oftener.
Grape-stone oil; oleum vitis vinifer lapidum, L. From the seeds of grapes, separated from the marc.
Butter of wax; oleum cer, L. From beeswax, by quick distillation in a close vessel.
Essence of citron; oleum citri, L. From the lees of citron juice; or, from the peels, as oil of lemons or bergamot.