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accumulation acid action affected afferent nerves alimentary canal altered appetite attack become bilious bioplasm blood body Calomel capillary vessels cause cells changes circulation cold Colocynth condition conjunctiva consequence considerable constipation cure derangement diarrhoea diet digestion dilatation discomfort disease distended distributed disturbance drachm epithelium excited febrile feel fluid frequently gastric gastric juice give glands glycerine grains hydrochloric acid important increased inflammation intestinal canal irritating jaundice large bowel little arteries liver living matter malady medicine minute moist morbid mouth mucous membrane mucus muscular fibres nausea nerve-centre nerve-fibres nerves occur ordinary organs ounce pain particles pass pathological patient pepsine perhaps persons phenomena pill Podophyllin Potash powder prescribed probably purgative quantity Quinine relieved remedies result rheumatism Scammony secretion sensation serious sick headache skin slight ailments small doses sometimes soon sore stomach substances suffer surface symptoms take place temperature tion tissues tongue treatment vertigo
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Page 108 - is celebrated for its incredible powers of digestion. The abundance of pepsine, to which it owes this faculty, has created among the Indians a curious commercial fraud. They dry it and sell it literally for its weight in gold. It is used for the purpose of restoring worn-out stomachs." A London medical journal says: "We think 'ostrich pepsine' such a splendid name for business purposes that we wonder it has never been adopted. The pepsine of the pig would have no chance in competition with that of...