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" When taken in quantities just sufficient to produce sensible physiological effects, Strychnia induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs, and some stiffness in the neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has... "
A Philosophy of Therapeutics: The Foundation of which Rests Upon the Two ... - Page 271
by Eldridge C. Price - 1904 - 336 pages
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American Medical Journal, Volume 3

Medicine - 1875
...physiological effects. strychnia induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs, and some stiffness in the neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitchings and startings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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American Observer Medical Monthly, Volume 2; Volume 12

1875
...physiological effects, Strychnia induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs, and some stiffness in the neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitchings and starlings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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NEW REMEDIES

EDWIN M. HALE - 1875
...physiological effects, Strychnia induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs, and some stiffness in the neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitchings and startings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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A Treatise on therapeutics

Horatio Charles Wood - 1877 - 674 pages
...irritant. When taken in quantities just sufficient to produce sensible physiological effects, strychnia in man induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps...neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitehings and startings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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Special therapeutics

Edwin Moses Hale - Homeopathy - 1880
...i>hy*iolorjirnl effects, Strychnia induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs, and some stiffness in the neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitchings and starlings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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Therapeutics: Its Principles and Practice

Horatio C. Wood - Therapeutics - 1888 - 908 pages
...little influence (Boston Med. and Surg. Journ., 1872). Its local action is that of a slight irritant.* When taken in quantities just sufficient to produce...neck and jaws. When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitchinga and startings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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Therapeutics

Horatio Charles Wood - 1892 - 937 pages
...logical effects, strychnine in man induces a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trenjbJin,g8 in the limbs and some stiffness in the 'neck and jaws. "When a somewhat larger amount has been given, there may be general muscular twitchings and startings, with stiffness and stricture of the...
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A Therapeutic Guide to Alkaloidal-dosimetric-medication

John M. Shaller - Medicine, Dosimetric - 1895 - 212 pages
...physiological effects, strychnine induces, in man, a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs and some stiffness in the neck and jaws....taken, there may be general, muscular twitchings and starlings with stiffness and stricture of the throat and chest."- — HC Wood. It is sometimes necessary,...
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A Therapeutic Guide to Alkaloidal-dosimetric-medication

John M. Shaller - Medicine, Dosimetric - 1897 - 216 pages
...physiological effects, strychnine induces, in man, a feeling of restlessness, perhaps accompanied by trembling in the limbs and some stiffness in the neck and jaws....stiffness and stricture of the throat and chest."— HC Wood. It is sometimes necessary, in the treatment of neurasthenics and others, to push the administration...
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Sajous's Analytical Cyclopędia of Practical Medicine, Volume 6

Charles Eucharist de Medicis Sajous - Medicine - 1905
...to produce sensible physiological effects, a feeling of restlessness appears, accompanied, perhaps, by tremblings in the limbs and some stiffness in the neck and jaws. The ingestion of larger amounts may be followed by general muscular twitchings, with stiffness of the...
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