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Blood Purifying






Source: Papers On Health

Fever arising from bad state of the blood may be
treated by careful cooling of the spine and head, with towels well
wrung out of cold water, frequently changed (see Fever). The pulse
in one case so treated was reduced from 130 to 96 by a few
applications. If a sore exists, treat it as in article Sores. If an
eruption in the skin breaks out, cover the surface at night with soap
lather (see Lather; Soap). Wipe that off with weak acetic acid
(see) in the morning, and the skin will come right. Let the diet be
simple and cooling (see Abscess; Assimilation; Skin; Sores; Appendix,
etc.).





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