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" On the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour, and nauseating qualities of the blown oil, preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is reason to suspect that, if patients could conquer their aversion to it, its free use, like that of other rancid... "
Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences - Page 376
1849
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British ...

William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Domett Stone - Medicine - 1849
...medicine. On the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour, and nauseating qualities of the brown oil, preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is...reference to the iodine, others to the gaduin or to the bile-constituents. It was already stated that some fraudulent persons are said to have admixed iodine...
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London Journal of Medicine, Volume 1

Medicine - 1849
...aversion to the brown oil, its free use, Uke that of other rancid and empyreumatic fats, would often disturb the digestive functions, and be attended with...others to the gaduin, or to the bile constituents. Iodine, or iodide of potassium, added to train oil, to imitate Cod-liver Oil, may be readily detected...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., Volumes 19-20

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1849
...a therapeutical agent, to the pale oil. If patient« could conquer their aversion to the brown oil, its free use, like that of other rancid and empyreumatic fats, would often disturb the digestive functions, and be attended with injurious effects. Of the chemical characters...
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London Journal of Medicine: A Monthly Record of the Medical ..., Volume 1

Medicine - 1849
...a therapeutical agent, to the pale oil. If patients could conquer their aversion to tho brown oil, its free use, like that of other rancid and empyreumatic fats, would often disturb the digestive functions, and be attended with injurious effects. Of tho CIIKIIK AI. CiiAitACTERS...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 17

Medicine - 1856
...medicine. On the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour, and nauseating qualities of the brown oil, preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is...functions, and be attended with injurious effects." The information we have been able to gather from various sources accords almost entirely with the above;...
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A compendium of domestic medicine

1865
...medicine; on the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour and nauseating qualities of the brown oil preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is...functions, and be attended with injurious effects."* To the above we shall add the following testimony from the British and Foreign MedicoChirurgical Review,...
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A compendium of domestic medicine

John Savory - 1878
...medicine ; on the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour and nauseating qualities of the brown oil preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is...would disturb the digestive functions, and be attended _with injurious effects."* To the above we shall add the following testimony from the British and Foreign...
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A cyclopędia of practical receipts and ... information on the ..., Volume 2

Arnold James Cooley - 1880
...the disgusting odour and flavour and nauseating qualities of the brown oil preclude its repeated nse. Moreover, there is reason to suspect that, if patients...to it, its free use, like that of other rancid and empyrenmatic fats, would disturb the digestive functions, and be attended with injurious effects."...
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Cooley's Cyclopędia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1892
...pale oil. On the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour and nauseating qualities of the brown oil preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is...functions, and be attended with injurious effects " (' Elem. Mat. Med.,' &c., 3rd edit., iii, 2239). Tats. Among the tests of purity, that generally...
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The Medical Examiner: A Monthly Record of Medical Science, Volume 5

1849
...use, like lhat of other rancid and empyreumatic fats, would often disturb the digestive funclions, and be attended with injurious effects. Of the CHEMICAL...others to the gaduin, or to the bile constituents. Iodine, or iodide of potassium, added to train oil, to imitate Cod-liver Oil, may be readily detected...
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