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After the vain exhibition of variety of medicines and applications by different
physicians, for more than a twelvemonth, she was directed to take some doses of
opium, which were gradually increased, by which a drunken delirium was kept up
... 6 accelerated accelerated or retarded, as their correspondentirritations are
increased or diminished,. Sect, VII. I., I, IRRITATIVE MOTIONS. 45.
accelerated or retarded, as their correspondentirritations are increased or
diminished, without our attention or consciousness, in the same manner as the
various secretions of fruit, gum, resin, wax, and honey, are produced in the
... excitable by the sensations of pleasure or pain, or by volition; as appears by
the palpitation of the heart from fear, the increased secretion of saliva at the fight
of agreeable food, and the glow on the skin of those who are ashamed.
Induces paralysis and death. VI. Cure of increased exertion. I. Natural cure of
exhauftion of sensorial power. 2. Decrease the irritations. Wenosotion. Cold.
Aftinence. 3. Prevent the previous - cold cold fit. Opium. Bark, Warmth. Anger.
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review