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A Manual of Politeness Comprising the Principles of Etiquette And Rules of Beh

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A Manual of Politeness Comprising the Principles of Etiquette And Rules of Beh
Amelia Alderson Opie
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. , ^j Tincture of cardamoms . , 3ij Two tea-spoonsful to be taken in a wine-glass-full of mint or balm-tea, at bed-time, and fasting in the morning ; the same in a glass of soda-water in the highest state of effervescence, about an hour before dinner, paying every attention to cleanliness, both locally and generally Tainted Breath from the long use of Mercury.
The use of mercurial preparations, long con- tinued, renders the breath highly disagreeable. Mild occasional purgatives ; tonics, as ba
...rk vale- rian, gentian, with the local remedies of an aro- matic form, are all calculated to restore the con- stitution to a healthy state. Frequent change of linen, and ablution, free air, temperance, and exercise, will purify and invigorate the fluids, and render the perspirations healthy, which, under such a condition of body, are generally of a sickly and unwholesome nature. 171 CAUSES OF A TAINTED BREATH.
Diseases of the chest, and ulcers of a serious nature, give rise to an unpleasant breath.


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