Robitussin

Robitussin

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The detailed course of symptoms appears to be dependent on an action of the poison upon the central nervous system, and must not ac be confounded with the local paralysis at first produced by injection of phenol.

This should be carefully stirred in before weighing, as it is a very important part of the Of course the same careful preparation of the patient is needed with this as with the pumpkin seed, and neither of them should be expected cf to succeed in obstinate cases without the careful preliminary treatment.