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Source: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

If in the head, first give face-bath, as in common colds, except with
reversed poles and changing to the A D current, very mild force. If
in the throat or bronchial tubes, place the P. P. of the A D current,
with long cord, on the back of the neck or in the mouth, and treat
with N. P., soft current, upon the affected parts, eight or ten

Repeat treatment about three times a week.

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