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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...at shorter intervals, guarded, if necessary, by a little opium. MASTICHE. MASTIC. Mastix, P. G.: Resina Mastiche--Mastich, E.: Mastic, Fr.: Mastix, G. This resin dissolved in alcohol or ether is sometimes used on cotton as a protective varnish for caries of the teeth, but is inferior to sandarac, used for the same purpose. It is rarely, if ever, used alone as an internal remedy, but is an ingredient of pilula aloes et mastiches. MATICO. MATICO. Maticce Folia, Br.--Feuilles de Matico, Fr.: Maticoblatter, G. Matico contains volatile oil, a resin, a crystallizable acid, and tannin. It is allied both chemically and therapeutically to cubebs and copaiba. It has been used as a hemostatic in hemorrhages from various internal organs, and also topically. It acts as a sort of special stimulant in chronic discharges from mucous membranes, especially the genito-urinary. Dose.--One-half drachm to two or three drachms, two to eight or twelve grammes several times a day. MATRICARIA. MATRICARIA. german Chamomile. Flores Chamomillce Vulgaris, P. G.: Fleurs de Camomille Commune (d'Allemagne), Fr.: Kamille, Kamillenblumen, G. Somewhat aromatic and a stomachic bitter. Dose.--May be used almost ad libitum as a decoction or infusion, or the flowers themselves be eaten. MEL. HONEY. Miel, Fr.: Honig, G. Honey consists chiefly of several kinds of sugar, the fresh containing cane sugar, which changes to glucose and levulose. Flavoring matters are also present. With most persons honey is simply an agreeable article of diet, while in many it gives rise to some dyspeptic symptoms, such as pyrosis and flatulence, or ever colicky pains and slight diarrhoea. Besides this, some persons have a peculiar susceptibility to honey, like that of others to fish or strawberries, etc., so...
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