The Water-cure. A Practical Treatise on the Cure of Diseases by Water, Air, Exercise and Diet

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Página 50 - is one of the greatest helps to digestion with which I am acquainted; and the custom prevalent among our forefathers, of exciting it at table by jesters and buffoons, was founded on true medical principles. In a word, endeavour to have cheerful and merry companions at your meals : what nourishment one receives amidst mirth and jollity, will certainly produce good and light blood.
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Página 75 - ... became flat and flaccid, and no longer yielded their usual bland secretion. The nervous and vascular papillae, thus deprived of their defensive shield, were then subjected to undue irritation. When these diseased appearances were considerable, the system sympathized, and dryness of the mouth, thirst, quickened pulse, and other symptoms, shewed themselves ; and NO GASTRIC JUICE COULD BE PROCURED OB EXTRACTED EVEN ON THE APPLICATION OF THE USUAL STIMULUS OF FOOD.

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