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Title: The universal assistant, and complete mechanic : containing over one million industrial facts, calculations, receipts, processes, trade secrets, rules, business forms, legal items, etc., in every occupation, from the household to the manufactory

Year: 1879 (1870s)

Authors: Moore, R. (Richard), fl. 1871-1907

Subjects: Industrial arts Technology

Publisher: New York : J.S. Ogilvie, Publisher, 57 Rose Street

Contributing Library: NCSU Libraries

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less albumen escapes through their walls, until therenal circulation is gradually restored, when it finally disappearsfrom the urine. While this beneficial change is progressing, healthyepithelium is developed in the tubules, and the urinary excrement is■withdrawn from the blood. In short, a healthy nutrition becomesre-estiblished in the kidneys through the agency of milk, which,above all other substances, seems to exercise a controlling influenceover this i>roces.s. Remehy fob Gorr axd Rhettmattsm.—Gum guaiacum, 1 ok. ;rhubarb in powder, 2 drs.; flour of sulphur, 2 ozs.; cream of tartar,1 oz., ginger powder 1 oz.; make into an electuary with molasses.Dose : 2 teasooonfuls, night and morning. Rhenrtmtic Plaster, resin jlb., sulphur I lb., melt them by a slow fire ; then add cayenne pepper1 oz., camphor gum ^ oz. Stir well till mixed, and temper with neats-foot oil. To guard against rheumatism, adhere to a regular dietbreath pore air. and avoid exposure. Mbdical departmewt. IS]

 

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Taken circa 1879