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Page 216 - LACTOPEPTINE precisely represents in composition the natural digestive juices of the Stomach, Pancreas and Salivary Glands, and will, therefore, readily dissolve all foods necessary to the recuperation of the human organism.
Page 116 - This may be done by adding to each glass of water half a teaspoonful of Horsford's Acid Phosphate. This will not only render the water of an acid reaction, but also render boiled water more agreeable to the taste. It may be sweetened if desired. The Acid Phosphate, taken as recommended, will also tend to invigorate the system and correct debility, thus giving increased power of resistance to disease. It is the acid of the system, a product of the gastric functions, and hence, will not create that...
Page 92 - A specific for habitual constipation, and we are constantly in receipt of the most flattering reports regarding it. The care we use in its preparation — having the bark always the proper age, and properly exhausted — makes it always reliable in its action.
Page 242 - Solium). The results of numerous experiments with it at the Marine Hospitals of Toulon, St. Mandrier, etc., and in the Hospitals of Paris, St. Antoine, La Charite Necker Beaujon, etc., have all been most satisfactory.
Page 116 - I have used Anglo-Swiss Milk Food in my practice, and commend it with confidence to those who may need it for infants or invalids. The introduction of the Anglo-Swiss Milk Food into America is a great blessing to sick children, weary mothers, and almost discouraged physicians, for medicine will not take the place of food.
Page 187 - Repertorium, Uebersichtlich geordnete Mittheilungen der neuesten Erfindungen, Fortschritte und Verbesserungen auf dem Gebiete der technischen und industriellen Chemie mit Hinweis auf Maschinen, Apparate und Literatur. Herausgegeben von Dr. Emil Jacobsen.
Page 46 - ... in spite of the use of other foods. After using two days the evacuations became normal, and the puny child is now plump and healthy."— GEO.
Page 188 - ... is an important active principle. This is necessary to a perfect digestion. If the stomach is not supplied with the necessary gastric juice to incite or promote digestion, dyspepsia will follow with all its train of incident diseases. The only known acid which can be taken into the stomach to promote digestion, without injury, is phosphoric acid combined with lime, potash, iron, etc., ie an acid phosphate, which is hereby offered to the public.
Page 92 - MD, Master of St. John's Guild. " Our little ones love it. It regulates and strengthens the bowels.
Page 163 - Member of the Academy of Medicine, and Prof. Laboulbene, in their report to the Society of Therapeutics, have given it their unqualified approval after the most searching experiments. This preparation is pleasant to administer, and if "crtain preliminaries are observed success will be insured.