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Convalescent Stage of Acute Diseases. DOBE-From ten to thirty drops or more, as often as may be indicated to meet the argency of the case. Administer in hot water when quick action is desired.
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BARNESVILLE, GA. Gentlemen :-The con. tinc. avena sativa has been more successful in the treatment of the opium habit than anything I have ever tried, and I have tried various other remedies, among them the advertised nostrums.
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ADAMSVILLE, 0. Gentlemen :-G. M., aged 33 years, Merchant, had circumscribed peritonitis and thickening for some time. On account of pain
and tenderness, his physician prescribed morphine in sman doses, but he used it afterwards, of his own accord, until the habit was established. He tried hard to break off, but he would always be taken with great prostration and irritation of the stomach. vomit everything he took and would get down, and finally in about thirty-six hours would take morphine again, and in a short time feel all right. While under its influence be commenced to take whisky and beer to keep from the morphine. He also tried different doctors, but all the same. When I was consulted he would take stimulants and then increase the morphine to keep off big head (as he called it), taking one drachm of morphine every two days. He was miserable, and when trying to quit it said if the suffering and agony of hell was as bad he wanted to steer clear of the place. I tried valerian, and nearly all nerve tonics and perve stimulante, and to diminish the dose of morphine, but all did no good. I then told him of the avena sativa about which I bad read, and he said if he could quit without so much suffering he would, if not, be could not bear the agony, and would take it and die as soon as possible. I obtained the avena and prescribed it in fifteen drop doses whenever he felt the need of morphine which was four times a day; and for two pights I gave him about a one-fourth grain of morphia, when he said he could do without it he did not suffer any more. Thus he left off taking morphino, and has never taken another dose of it. The first pight without morphine he slept reasonably well, and each succeeding night better, until five nights, when he slept well; then I gave him only three doses of the avena for three days, then two doses for three days, then only one dose in the evening for one week. All this time he rested very well, said his suffering was nothlng to what he had ex. pected, and that any one could go through it with half grit. [Bis own language.] Since then he has taken neither avena por morphine, and is now well and has no desire for any stimulant, and says that "he would pot have the habit for the world.” He has gained thirty pounds, namely, he has now his original weight. He never was an intemperate man until the morphine was prescribed for him by a physician, through which he was ruined, losing nearly all his property and a great deal of sell-respect. He had never been without morphine for more than thirtysix to forty hours since he had contracted the habit, namely, during three years.
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