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Nourishment Cold In

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Fever Delirium In

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The Electric Circuit

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Nervousness

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Hepar Sulphur

is a specific for _Itch and Scald Head,_ applied in form of a...

Arsenic

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Itch

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Worms

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Breath And Blood

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Burns Case Xxxiii

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Continuation Of Packs Convalescence

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From The Hygienic Dictionary

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Hydrocele

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Breath And The Skin

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Adherent Pericarditis

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Palpitation

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Endoscopy On The Human Being

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Nicotine (tobacco)

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Diphtheria





Category: PRESCRIPTIONS.
Source: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

Use the A D current, strong force. Place the N. P., long cord, upon
the lower cervical vertebrae, and then treat, first, with the tongue
instrument, P. P., in the mouth, as far back on the tongue as can be
borne, three to five minutes. Next, manipulate with sponge-cup, P. P.,
or the tin electrode filled with sponge, over all the front parts of the
neck and throat, down to the chest, five to eight minutes.

Treat as often as once in two or three hours.





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