Dobell's solution

Dobell's solution

(ˈdəʊbəlz)
n
(Pharmacology) a solution of sodium borate, sodium bicarbonate, phenol, and glycerol, used as an astringent or antiseptic wash for the throat and nose
[C19: named after Horace B. Dobell (1828–1917), British physician]
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The more Aspirin, Codein, Dobell's solution and other extra-homeopathic remedies used, the slower the recovery.