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Source: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication
Take A D current, of very mild force. Place P. P. at the feet, and
treat with N. P. over the lower limbs briefly; then over the bowels
and stomach, both front and rear, some three to five minutes; then pass
up with N. P. over the anterior parts of the chest, two or three
minutes; and, next, place N. P. low on the back of neck, with P. P.
still at feet, two or three minutes. Treat in this manner once daily.
If at any time the bowels should become unusually flatulent, and
evacuations should increase in frequency, change the treatment. Place
N. P. at back of neck, as before, and treat about five minutes with P.
P. (force increased to moderate current) over the abdomen, daily, from
one to three days, as may be necessary. After this, resume treatment as
first above prescribed.
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