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Religion And Medicine, the Moral Control of Nervous Disorders

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Religion And Medicine, the Moral Control of Nervous Disorders
Elwood Worcester
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The English, who like ourselves have no one national beverage, welcome with joy the in- toxicants of every civilized people. The inhabitants of Kamschatka consume a kind of mushroom which induces a protracted delirium. The descendants of the Incas have their greasy chica prepared from corn which has been chewed by mules. The Tartars intoxicate them- selves with a fermentation of mutton, rice, and other vege- tables, or with their beloved kumiss, made of fermented mare's milk. In the East opium ...is freely eaten and smoked, a vice which has penetrated every part of the world. In South America coca is the favorite narcotic, which of late years in the form of cocaine has become popular with all nations. If there is a people on earth so primitive as not to have learned how to poison itself with alcohol or narcotics, civilization no sooner finds that people than it teaches them these deadly arts.
What is the reason why the whole human race with scarce an exception has so willingly yielded itself to the dangerous pleasures of alcoholic and narcotic poisoning?


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