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" While we recognize in these experiments the great practical use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting a feeble heart, and accelerating a languid capillary circulation, we have been strongly impressed with the necessity for great moderation... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page 391
1870
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The Medical Times and Gazette: A Journal of Medical Science ..., Volume 2

1870
...considerably, and larger quantities almost destroyed it." 11. The authors recognise the great practical use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...and accelerating a languid capillary circulation; yet they lay emphasis on the fact that by an overdose the appetite may be destroyed, the heart unduly...
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Nature, Volume 2

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1870
...circulation improperly increased. Yet they recognise the great practical benefit that may be derived from the use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...and accelerating a languid capillary circulation, though, for these objects to be fulfilled satisfactorily, there is necessity for great moderation and...
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Nature, Volume 2

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1870
...circulation improperly increased. Yet they recognise the great practical benefit that may be derived from the use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...and accelerating a languid capillary circulation, though, for these objects to be fulfilled satisfactorily, there is necessity for great moderation and...
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The Text-book of Temperance in Relation to Morals, Science, Criticism, and ...

Frederic Richard Lees - Alcohol - 1871 - 282 pages
...eliciting force, though not supplying it. " While we recognize in these experiments the great practical use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...experience in the use of alcohol and brandy, we were harilly prepared for the ease with which appetite may be destroyed, the heart unduly excited, and the...
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New York Medical Journal, Volume 13

1871
...considerably, and larger quantities almost destroyed it." 11. The authors recognize the great practical use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...heart, and accelerating a languid capillary circulation ; yet, they lay emphasis on the fact that by an overdose the appetite may be destroyed, the heart unduly...
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On diet and regimen in sickness and health

Horace Benge Dobell - 1872 - 196 pages
...so in this place. We will only say that while we recognize in these experiments the great practical use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...moderation and caution. In spite of our previous experience iu the use of alcohol and brandy, we were hardly prepared for the ease with which appetite may be destroyed,...
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The alcohol controversy. An examination, in the form of dialogues, of ...

James Whyte (temperance advocate.) - 1880
...and degeneration of tissue." And with reference to experiments on alcohol generally they say : — " In spite of our previous experience in the use of...heart unduly excited, and the capillary circulation increased. Considering its daily and almost universal use, there seems to us to be no agent that requires...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 31

Theology - 1882
...with those from brandy. Upon the results of their experiments these distinguished observers remark : " In spite of our previous experience in the use of...brandy we were hardly prepared for the ease with which the appetite may be destroyed, the heart unduly excited, and the capillary circulation improperly increased."2...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra VOL.XXXVIII

Edwards A. Park,Edited By - 1881
...with those from brandy. Upon the results of their experiments these distinguished observers remark : " In spite of our previous experience in the use of...brandy we were hardly prepared for the ease with which the appetite may be destroyed, the heart unduly excited, and the capillary circulation improperly increased."...
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The British Homoeopathic Review, Volume 14

Medicine - 1870
...considerably, and larger quantities almost destroyed it." 11. The experimenters recognise the great practical use of alcohol in rousing a failing appetite, exciting...heart, and accelerating a languid capillary circulation ; yet they lay emphasis on the fact, that by an overdose the appetite may be destroyed, the heart unduly...
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