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" It is only by stirring, by brisk, long-continued stirring, that a liquid medicine obtains the largest number of points of contact for the living fibre, thereby alone does it become right powerful. "
The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann - Page 380
by Samuel Hahnemann - 1852 - 784 pages
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The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann

Samuel Hahnemann, Erastus Edgerton Marcy - 1852 - 784 pages
...using the belladonna as a preservative, in the above dose, beside her sister who had scarlet- fever, bruised her hand severely one day with the door of...thereby weaken the vegetable medicinal agent mixed with them, or even destroy it completely. I would, moreover, advise that the medicine bottle should...
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Lectures on the theory and practice of homœopathy

Robert Ellis Dudgeon - 1854
...sugar, or, though we drop it into a fluid, administer it without stirring it well up with the vehicle. It is only by stirring, by brisk, long-continued stirring,...fibre, thereby alone does it become right powerful." Thus the increase of power supposed to be gained by the medicine from its intimate mixture with the...
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Transactions of the British Homoeopathic Congress

1870
...extract were given in solution. He goes on to say, " it is only by stirring, by brisk, long continued stirring that a liquid medicine obtains the largest number of points of contact for the living fibres, thereby alone it becomes right powerful." Then he makes one of those exaggerated statements...
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Publications of the Massachusetts Homoeopathic Medical Society, Volume 10

Massachusetts Homoeopathic Medical Society - 1888
...liquid" (my italics). We are further advised to give the dose well mixed with a quantity of fluid, as " it is only by stirring, by brisk, long-continued stirring,...fibre, thereby alone does it become right powerful." In the essay " On the Power of Small Doses," etc., we read, " a very hard dry pill of extract of belladonna...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 29

John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell - 1871
...action of Belladonna, and this is further augmented by the carefully dissolved form of the medicine. " It is only by stirring, by brisk long-continued stirring,...largest number of points of contact for the living fibres, thereby alone it becomes right powerful " (p. 440). He then goes on to describe how he divides...
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the monthly homoeopathic review

j. ryan, m.d., & a.c. pope, esq. - 1871
...extract were given in solution. He goes on to say, " it is only by stirring, by brisk, long continued stirring that a liquid medicine obtains the largest number of points of contact for the living fibres, thereby alone it becomes right powerful." Then he makes one of those exaggerated statements...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 30

1872
...sugar ; or, though we drop it into a fluid, administer it without stirring it well up with the vehicle. It is only by stirring by brisk long-continued... thereby alone does it become right powerful." Dr. Dudgeon* considers this the germ of the future dynamisation theory; the doctrine by which the mere...
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The Journal of the British Homoeopathic Society, Volume 6

British Homoeopathic Society - 1873
...action of Belladonna, and this is further augmented by the carefully dissolved form of the medicine. " It is only by stirring, by brisk long-continued stirring,...liquid medicine obtains the largest number of points of * Dr. Dudgeon's translatiou, p. 443. contact for the living fibres, thereby alone it becomes right...
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 22

1887
...liquid" (my italics). We are further advised to give the dose well mixed with a quantity of fluid, as "it is only by stirring, by brisk, long-continued...fibre, thereby alone does it become right powerful." In the essay "On the Power of Small Doses," etc., we read, "a very hard dry pill of extract of belladonna...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMOEOPATHY

J.J DRYSDALE M.D. , R.E. DIDGEON M.D. AND RICHARD HUGHES, L.R.C.P - 1871
...action of Belladonna, and this is further augmented bj the carefully dissolved form of the medicine. " It is only by stirring, by brisk long-continued stirring,...largest number of points of contact for the living fibres, thereby alone it becomes right powerful " (p. 440). He then goes on to describe how he divides...
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