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A Dissertation On The Medical Properties And Injurious

Auhtor: A Mcallister

Language: english
Published: 1830

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health,  non fiction
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Review by Michael Gallagher, November 2009


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... course may not effect an entire weaning from the use of tobacco. Most persons in good health, and all in younger life, may break off at once, without ...
... a moderate degree of self-denial. Those who never felt the appetite may laugh at such directions as these but those who know its power, will at least ...
... important subject, in a clear, forcible, and striking manner and the public are deeply concerned in knowing what he has said of it. I will only add, ...
... other vicious indulgences demand our attention. Should we slumber over the mischiefs resulting from such indulgences, while the public look to us as ...
... produces on the constitution, I shall be excused, if I urge this subject on your consideration with more than ordinary importunity. I. NATURAL ...
... diseases, it has been usually given in the form of a clyster, regulating the dose to the age, circumstances, and strength of the patient and it ...
... but even credulity startles at the extent to which it has been used. Like opium, it calms the agitations of our corporeal frame, and soothes the ...
... the very disease it was intended to cure. It not only does this, but goes on committing great ravages on the whole nervous system, superinducing ...
... the pain, and sometimes even altogether remove tooth-ache, is probably true but why continue the practice after the occasion has ceased. Opium ...
... chewing tobacco at the age of eighteen, was for a long time annoyed by depression of spirits, which increased until it became a settled melancholy, ...
... or no purpose, he quit the deleterious practice, and though his vertigo continued long and obstinate, he has nearly or quite recovered his former ...
... a stream of smoke into your face, exceedingly disgusting. And this he does too, without imagining that he transgresses the rules of politeness, or ...
... intruder, severe nausea and vomiting ensue. Smoking also produces similar effects. Apply the moistened leaves of tobacco to any part of the surface of ...
... she, at that time, took every day two scruples of solid opium. I had the unpleasant task to attend this lady in a fit of sickness. And with the ...
... was attacked with this formidable disease, it proved fatal. The ravages of the cholera in India and Persia, since 1816: and in the North of Europe, ...
... My general health is much improved, and I feel that I am gradually recovering though it is not to be expected I shall ever regain what I have ...
... relation to the article in question, in this instance at least the order of nature is reversed, so that what in its nature is poisonous, becomes by ...
... a want of respect for their persons and this disposes, however remotely, to unkind treatment towards them. Hence the Methodists interdicted the common ...
... yield[yields] its active matter to water and proof spirit, but most perfectly to the latter long. page 17: typo corrected. thickening of the voice, ...
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