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Tartar Emetic Or Other Antimonial Poisons






Source: Papers On Health

If vomiting is not present,
induce it by an emetic. Give doses of strong tea. Keep very warm by hot
blankets.

Good domestic emetics are a teaspoonful of mustard in a tumblerful of
water, or a tablespoonful of salt in the same quantity of water.





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