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" The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold by increasing his temperature ; nor from heat by cooling him ; nor from weakness and exhaustion by nourishing his tissues ; nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve... "
The Poison Problem; Or, The Cause and Cure of Intemperance - Page 85
by Felix Leopold Oswald - 1887 - 138 pages
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The Pharmacist, Volume 8

Pharmacy - 1875
...afflicted in body or mind. With the facts now before us, the explanation of all this is apparent. The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...his tissues ; nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve power; but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nerve structure, and thereby lessening...
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Moderation Vs. Total Abstinence: Or, Dr. Crosby and His Reviewers

Controlled drinking - 1881 - 126 pages
...brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscious of all outward and exterior impressions. The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...nervepower; but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nervestructures, and thereby lessening his consciousness of impressions, whether from cold or heat...
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Moderation Vs. Total Abstinence: Or, Dr. Crosby and His Reviewers

Controlled drinking - 1881 - 126 pages
...brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscious of all outward and exterior impressions. The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...him, nor from weakness and exhaustion by nourishing bis tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing nervepower ; but simply by diminishing the sensibility...
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 13

Medicine - 1893
...and brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscious of all outward and exterior impressions. Alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...lessening his consciousness of impressions, whether from heat, or cold, or weariness, or pain. In other words the presence of the alcohol has not yet in any...
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Transactions of the Texas State Medical Association, Volume 22

Medicine - 1890
...and brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscious of all outward and external impressions. Alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...his tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve power, but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nerve structures, and thereby lessening...
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Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 10

1890
...and brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscious of all outward and external impressions. Alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...his tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve power, but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nerve structures, and thereby lessening...
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The True Science of Living: The New Gospel of Health. Practical and ...

Edward Hooker Dewey - Alcohol - 1894 - 323 pages
...weak and weary, and to soothe and cheer him when affected in body or mind. . . ." "The alcoholic drink does not relieve the individual from cold by increasing...his tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve force, but simply by diminishing the sensibility of the brain and nerves, and thereby lessening...
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The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Volume 75

Medicine - 1896
...soothe or cheer him when afflicted in body or mind. All this is easily explained. The alcoholic drink does not relieve the individual from cold by increasing...his tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve force ; but simply by diminishing the sensibility of the brain and nerves, and thereby lessening...
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Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, Volume 17

Nutrition - 1901
...cheer when afflicted in body or mind. With the fact now before us, the explanation is evident. The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...his tissues ; nor yet from affliction by increasing nerve power, but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nerve structures, and thereby lessening...
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Tragedies of the Liquor Traffic: A Non-sectarian, Non-political Appeal ...

John Regan - Temperance - 1917 - 188 pages
...brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscipus of all outward and exterior impressions. The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...nervepower; but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nerve-structures, and thereby lessening his consciousness of impressions, whether from cold or heat...
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