Pharmacopoeia pauperum; or, The hospital dispensatory: containing the chief medicines now used in the hospitals of London; with suitable instructions for their common use ...

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T. Warner, 1721 - Medicine - 128 pages

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Page 5 - This preparation, the author states, " is admirably well contrived, both for Cheapness and Efficacy ; and for persons whose Circumstances and Manner of Living have not habituated them to any Delicacies, it is as good a Snail-water as can be made.
Page 86 - Preparation, and makes it operate with greater Mildness, it being hardly safe in inward use without such Correction. And with this Salivations are frequently raised by giving 10 grains for a dose.
Page 4 - Gallons j digeft them together for the Space of 24 Hours, and then draw it off in a common Alembick.

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