|Standard name||Hepar sulphur|
|Other names||Hepar sulphuris calcareum|
|Scientific name||calcium sulfide (impure)|
|Other scientific names||calcium sulphide (impure)|
|Common names||liver of sulphur|
|Substance description||A mixture of equal parts of finely powdered, clean (white interior of) oyster shells and quite pure flowers of sulphur is kept for ten minutes at a white heat in a hermetically closed crucible and afterwards stored up in a well-corked bottle. Triturations.|
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