it does cost alot but its about $100,000 for 1oz
like under $2.00 but last time i bought it was a few years ago P.S i no this might sound bad but if ur planning on using it 2 try 2 lose weight it wont work well after the first 2 times
Syrup of ipecac is made from the dried roots and rhizomes (underground stems) of Cephaelis ipecacuanha.
Syrup of Ipecac, sometimes referred to as just "Ipecac."
Ipecac must be used first. Activated charcoal should not be taken until 30 minutes after taking syrup of ipecac, or until the vomiting caused by ipecac stops.
Syrup of ipecac. Its referred to as an emetic.
Charcoal should not be given together with syrup of ipecac. The charcoal will adsorb the ipecac. Charcoal should be taken 30 minutes after ipecac or after the vomiting from ipecac stops.
syrup of ipecac
Syrup of ipecac is a medicine that causes vomiting. It can be obtained by prescription and is also sold in many drug stores.4-18-2015 The above information is incorrect. I needed some tonight, at 2 AM, and was told by the Pharmacist at CVS that syrup of ipecac is NO LONGER MADE.
You can give syrup of ipecac to dogs, but in large doses it can be toxic. You can give 1 teaspoon of syrup for every 10 pounds of weight safely. If your dog does not vomit, do not redoes and call your veterinarian.
sweetened up syrup for pancakes.
None. it is no longer sold because it is too dangerous.