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" ... a decoction is made of a handful of the roots in three measures of water. Of this, half a measure is taken in the morning fasting, and repeated in the evening; and the dose is gradually increased till its purgative effects become too violent, when... "
Vegetable Materia Medica of the United States: Or, Medical Botany ... - Page 212
by William Paul Crillon Barton - 1818
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A Compendious Medical Dictionary Containing an Explanation of the Terms

Robert Hooper - 1801 - 366 pages
...the dole is gradually increafed till its purgative eft'efls become too violent, when the deception is to be intermitted for a day or two, and then renewed, until a perfect cure is effected. During the «fe of this medicine a proper regimen is to be enjoined,...
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Hortus Jamaicensis: Or A Botanical Description, (according to the ..., Volume 1

Botany - 1814
...tlie evening: the dose-is gradually increased till its purgative effects become too violent, when it is to be intermitted for a day or two, and then renewed til! a perfect cuce is effected. Dining its use a proper regimen is enjoined, and the ulcers to befrecyuently...
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The Botanist's Companion: Or, An Introduction to the Knowledge of Practical ...

William Salisbury - Botany - 1816
...experienced by the North American Indians, who eousidered it a specific in that disease. A decoction was made of a handful of the roots in three measures of...intermitted for a day or two, and then renewed till a perfact cure is effected. But it dues not appear that the antisiphylitic powers of Lobelia have been...
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A New Medical Dictionary: Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy ...

Robert Hooper - Medicine - 1817 - 870 pages
...in the evening; and the dose is gradually increased, till its purgative effects become too v.olent, when the decoction is to be intermitted for a day or two, and then renewt d, until a perfect cure is effected. During the use of this medicine, a proper regimen is to...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory, and N ...

John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1819
...tasting, and repeated in the evening : and the dose is gradually increased, till its purgative effecīs become too violent, when the decoction is to be intermitted for a day or two, and then renewed, until a perfect cure is effected. During the ase of this medicine, a proper regimen is .to be enjoined,...
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