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" or even much more; or if not, as much as one can, for often this alone sufficeth in place of all food. For milk is pleasant to take, is easy to drink, gives solid nourishment, and is more familiar than any other food to one from a child. In colour it... "
The Extant works of Aretaeus, the Cappadocian - Pagina 470
di Aretaeus (of Cappadocia.) - 1856 - 510 pagine
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Selections from the Works of the Late J. Wharburton Begbie

James Warburton Begbie - 1882 - 422 pagine
...use of milk in the same disease, preferring it to all other kinds of food. " For," says the former, " milk is pleasant to take, is easy to drink, gives...nourishment, and is more familiar than any other food from childhood. In colour it is pleasant to see ; as a medicine, it seems to lubricate the windpipe,...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 42

John James Drysdale, Richard Hughes, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, John Rutherfurd Russell - 1884
...And in phthisis he recommends it strongly : "From a small dose gradually up to five or six heminje, or even much more; or, if not, as much as one can, for often this alone sufficeth for all food. For milk is pleasant to take, is easy to drink, gives solid nourishment, and is more...
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Transactions of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama

Medical Association of the State of Alabama - 1890
...he recommends the richest food possible, milk being his favorite. In a panegyric he exclaims, " milk sufficeth in place of all food, for milk is pleasant...familiar than any other food to one from a child. In color it is pleasant to see, as a medicine it seemeth to lubricate the wind pipe, to clean as if with...
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Transactions of the Sixth International Congress on Tuberculosis, Volume 8

1908
...anointing with the "oil of fats," he strongly recommends milk, for he says:f "It is pleasant to take and is more familiar than any other food to one from a child. In color it is pleasant to see, as a medicine it seems to lubricate the windpipe, to clean, as with a...
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Physician and Surgeon, Volume 31

1909
...anointed with fat oil. After the frictions * * * from a small dose gradually up to five or six heminic, or even much more; or if not, as much as one can,...In colour it is pleasant to see: as a medicine it seems to lubricate the windpipe, to clean, as if with a feather, the bronchi, and to bring off phlegm,...
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The Woman's Medical Journal, Volume 21

1911
...anointed with fat oil. After the frictions, milk, from a small dose gradually up to five or six hemin», or even much more; or if not, as much as one can,...familiar than any other food to one from a child. In color it is pleasant to see; as a medicine it seems to lubricate the windpipe, to clean, as if with...
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