Tully's powder

Tul·​ly's powder | \ ˈtəlēz-\

Definition of Tully's powder

: a powder composed of a mixture of morphine sulfate, camphor, powdered glycyrrhiza, and precipitated calcium carbonate and formerly used as an anodyne and antispasmodic

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History and Etymology for Tully's powder

after William Tully †1859 American physician

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