Georgia Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 11, Issue 10

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Page 366 - Prompt | it stimulates the appetite and the digestion, it promotes assimilation, and it enters directly into the circulation with the food products.
Page 12 - Acid. DOSe. — Internally : One teaspoonful three or more times a day (as indicated), either full strength, or diluted, as necessary for varied conditions.
Page 366 - EFFECT FROM ALL OTHERS, being pleasant to taste, acceptable to the stomach, and harmless under prolonged use. IT HAS SUSTAINED A HIGH REPUTATION in America and England for efficiency in the treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Chronic Bronchitis, and other affections of the respiratory organs, and is employed also in various nervous and debilitating diseases with success. ITS CURATIVE PROPERTIES are" largely attributable to Stimulant, Tonic, and Nutritive qualities, whereby the various organic functions...
Page 12 - LISTERINE is a well-proven antiseptic agent- an antizymotic — especially adapted to internal use, and to make and maintain surgical cleanliness — asepsis — in the treatment of all parts of the human body, whether by spray, irrigation...
Page 10 - The most important remedial agent ever presented to the Profession for Dyspepsia, Vomiting in Pregnancy, Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all Diseases arising from imperfect nutrition.
Page 12 - Notes, suggesting the articles of food to be allowed or prohibited in several of these diseases. These Dietetic Notes have been bound in the form of small perforated slips for physicians to distribute to their patients. Mailed gratis upon request, together with our latest compilation of case reports and clinical observations bearing upon the treatment of this class of diseases. LAMBERT PHARMACAL COMPANY.
Page 12 - Prepared by our improved process of osmosis, it is INVARIABLY of DEFINITE and UNIFORM therapeutic strength, and hence can be depended upon in clinical practice. DOSE.— One or two teaspoonfuls four times a day (preferably between meals...
Page 366 - Agents — Iron and Manganese ; The ToniCS — Quinine and Strychnine ; And the Vitalizing Constituent— Phosphorus, Combined in the form of a Syrup, with slight alkaline reaction. It Differs in Effect from all Others, being pleasant to taste, acceptable to the stomach, and harmless under prolonged use.

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