Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to Medicine and Surgery, Volume 11, Issues 5-8; Volume 11, Issue 10; Volume 11, Issue 12

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Page 349 - ACID PHOSPHATE. Unlike all other forms of phosphorus in combination, such as dilute phosphoric acid, glacial phosphoric acid, neutral phosphate of lime, hypophosphites, etc., the phosphates in this product are in solution, and readily assimilated by the system, and it not only causes no trouble with the digestive organs, but promotes in a marked degree their healthful action.

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