Chapireau’s Cacheteur No. 1

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Chapireau’s Cacheteur No. 1

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Many drugs supplied in powder form were taken by first dissolving or suspending the powder in water. This was a problem with disagreeable tasting drugs. During 1850 a French pharmacist, Stanislas Limousin invented the cachet to remedy this problem.  Cachets are rice flour shells that contain the powders and that when dipped in water just prior to taking, collapse for easy swallowing.

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