Some gems of wisdom from 1871, Medical Common Sense & Plain Home Talk
by Edward B. Foote, M.D.
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- The human machinery becomes clogged with poisonous humors.
a female germ can not produce a child without the addition of a male
germ, so there latent impure particles in the blood can not generate
disease without meeting their affinitive poison.
- Theses latent
impurities, like the spoor of a minute plant buried far underground,
must be of the right quality to unite with and engender specific
diseases, or a person, however exposed, will escape.
- Free circulation of vital or nervous electricity, and unruffled mind, and good blood are essential to health.
us to the irresistible conclusion that the first duty of a physician to
a patient is to see that his nervous system is set right, his mind
emancipated from all depressing influences, and his blood restored to
that condition which enables it to impart the tint of health to the
skin, strength to the muscle, and abundant juices to all the tissues.
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