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Outlines of a new theory of disease : applied to hydropathy, showing that water is the only true remedy : with observations on the errors committed in the practice of hydropathy, notes on the cure of cholera by cold water, and a critique on Priessnitz's mode of treatment : intended for popular use
- Rausse, J. H., 1805-1848.
Papaver rhoeas L. Papaveraceae Corn Poppy, Flanders Poppy. Distribution: Temperate Old World. Dioscorides (Gunther, 1959) recommended five or six seed heads in wine to get a good night's sleep the leaves and seeds applied as a poultice to heal inflammation, and the decoction sprinkled on was soporiferous. Culpeper (1650) ' ... Syrup of Red, or Erratick Poppies: by many called Corn-Roses. ... Some are of the opinion that these Poppies are the coldest of all other - believe them that list [wishes to]: I know no danger in this syrup, so it be taken in moderation and bread immoderately taken hurts
- Dr Henry Oakeley
An index of diseases, their symptoms and treatment : arranged in alphabetical order, for easy reference : including also a tabular synopsis of diseases, a very full appendix of formulae : arranged in twenty-one classes, directions for sick-room preparations, the use of mineral waters, climates for invalids, etc.
- Tanner, Thomas Hawkes, 1824-1871.
A collection of all the papers, relative to the alleged adulteration of the Cheltenham waters : without comment or observation, leaving it entirely to the dispassionate reader to make his observations thereon : containing Dr. Neale's letter ... . To which is added a reply by James McCabe.
- McCabe, James, active 1810-1839. Reply to Dr. Neale's pamphlet, respecting the nature and properties of the mineral wells of Cheltenham.