The Homoeopathic Treatment of Indigestion, Constipation, Haemorrhoids, & Diseases of the Liver

 
9781235778735: The Homoeopathic Treatment of Indigestion, Constipation, Haemorrhoids, & Diseases of the Liver

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1866 Excerpt: ... INDEX. PAGE Account of the Organs of Digestion 1 Air, Light, and Exercise, their sanitary employment 14 Air and Ventilation 15 Alimentary Canal, plate representing the 3 Anatomy of Piles 71 Animal Food, various qualities of 137 Apples, Cooked, generally wholesome............ 138 Plain Baked, Receipt for ib. Baked with syrup, Receipt for............ 139 In Marmalade.................. ib. Stewed, Receipt for............... ib. Apple-Tea, two Receipts for 142 Arrowroot, simple and excellent Receipts for making...... 130 Articles of Diet which sometimes disagree, and should then be avoided........................ 21 Articles of Diet which may be eaten in moderation by persons with delicate stomachs.................. 21 Baked Meat to be avoided 23 Beef-Tea, two varieties, Receipts for 127 Beer, ill-effects of--Ars., Nux vom., or Puis 45 Beverages allowable.................. 27 Temperature of ib. Stimulating, objections to them; precautions in dis-continuing their use.................. ib. Beverages for Dyspeptics, Receipts for making various 141 of Raspberry and Currant Syrups......... 140 of Pearl Barley 141 of Oatmeal 142 of Apples, Figs, and Raisins ib. of Prunes.................. 143 Bile, Choleraic Diarrhoea--Podoph., Aeon., Ars., Ipecac., or Cham 99 Bile, Excessive secretion of............... 97 Secretion of, explained 9 PAGE Bilious temperament, selection of Medicines for 47 Bleeding Piles, various sources of 69 Boiled Fish 137 Brandy, ill-effects of--Ars., Carbo v., or Nux v. 45 Bread, ill-effects of--Bryon., Merc s., or Puis. 46 Bread Pudding, two Receipts for............... 134 Brief Sketch of Mineral Springs 115 Broiled Fish, how to cook and serve 137 Larks 138 Meat the most wholesome 23 Mutton-chops.................. 138-Rump-steak.................. ...

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Bill Morgan is the current president of the Bennington Historical Society. He is also a member of the Pownal Historical Society and the Vermont Historical Society. He worked and consulted on archives of various writers, as well as the archives of the Hanuman Press and Audrey Cohen College.

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