10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYDROPATHY»
Discover the use of hydropathy
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to hydropathy
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Formulation, Characterization, and Stability of Protein Drugs
ol (*1 * hydropathy average of ASDFGH, plotted at position 3) '2 (o^ _ hydropathy
average of SDFGHC, plotted at position 4) ^ ('3 - hydropathy average of
DFGHCM, plotted at position 5) '4 (°4 - hydropathy average of FGHCMN, plotted
Rodney Pearlman, Y. John Wang, 1996
Outlines of a new theory of Disease, applied to Hydropathy
My opposition to Priessnitz, say they, will produce an unfortunate rupture in the
combined domain of hydropathy; new food will be given for doubting the
principles of hydropathy; the opponents of the water-cure will tri~ umph, and will
turn the ...
Heinrich F. FRANCKE, Robert BAIKIE (of Tankerness, the Younger M.D.), 1849
Observations on hydropathy
; with an account of the principal ...
We repeat, to render justice to Hydropathy, we must separate it from its inventor;
and connecting it with Physiology and Medicine , endeavour to develope it as a
new and important addition to the medical art. We come now to the question "
John Stevenson Bushnan, 1846
Bedside letters on Hydropathy
; or, clinical experience of ...
No questions are asked, but the patient simply takes the colchioum which is
ordered for him—without any guarantee, written or verbal. Then, to give
hydropathy fair play, the patient should act in the case of hydropathy as in that of
William Alfred JOHNSON, 1859
, Or, The Water-cure: Its Principles, Processes, ...
Hydropathy.-—Definition of the Term.—\Vater as a remedial Agent has been
used in all Ages.—Priessnitz's Discoveries the result of Accident.—-Curious
Anecdotes.—Hrs number of Patients.-—Testimony of Dr. Edward Johnson.—Sir
and Exercise: Nature
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
Bernarr MacFadden, Felix Oswald, 2006
Theory and practice of Hydropathy
... physiologically and ...
of the nervous system, to which it gives a great stimulative sensasion ;
hydropathy, therefore, is efficacious in partial paralysis, in neuralyics, in the
sciatical pain, in tic-doloroux of the face, in incipient amaurosis, and in a great
number of ...
Johann Eduard FELDMANN, 1843
at Home; or, a Familiar exposition of the ...
AMONGST the many discoveries for which the nineteenth century is so pre-
eminently distinguished, the science of Hydropathy, or the Water Cure, claims a
very high rank. Its diffusion has completely revolutionized the old formulas of
at Home: The Domestic Practice of the Water Cure ...
With Instructions For The Treatment Of Diseases, Affections, Casualties, Etc. With A Chapter On The Treatment Of Horses.
, and Exercise
Fasting, Hydropathy And Exercise MACFADDEN S Fasting, Hydropathy AND
Exercise NATURE'S WONDERFUL REMEDIES FOR. By Bernarr Macfadden And
Felix Oswald, A.M.M.D.. Front Cover.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HYDROPATHY»
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“Declaring our independence” from pain
After years of being treated through allopathic medicine, homeopathy, hydropathy and even hypnotism, she determined that pain was not ... «MyCentralJersey.com, Jul 15»
... Mathai has always passionately espoused a way of living that integrates various disciplines like naturopathy, yoga, acupuncture, hydropathy, ... «The Hindu, Feb 15»
Nestled in the Scottish Highlands Sits Crieff Hydro, a Victorian Spa
In 1868, Dr. Thomas Meikle founded Crieff Hydro as a hydropathy resort when "water cures" were thought to remedy all sorts of ailments. «Huffington Post, Dec 14»
Learn The History Of The Other Kellogg
Wilson says the Victorian building housed hundreds of people with different rooms for things like hydropathy, gymnastics, heating and light ... «WMUK, Nov 14»
In pictures: Health and wellbeing down by the sea...
Hydropathy was then all the rage in the 19th century. This was the medical treatment by external and internal application of water – the first one ... «Southport Visiter, Nov 14»
Optician visit uncovers rare deadly disease
Known as idiopathic intercranial hydropathy, if left untreated the illness can cause blindness and, ultimately, fatal seizures. It affects just one in ... «Edinburgh Evening News, Jul 14»
Proof of Pampering
Rooted in the public and private bathhouses of the Roman Empire, hydrotherapy (formerly hydropathy) enjoyed its last heyday in the Victorian era, when the ... «My New Orleans, May 14»
Cayenne Pepper Enemas and Other Developments in Early Medicine
Janik spends time in the realms of botany, phrenology, hydropathy, hypnotism and more, in her Marketplace of the Marvelous. Some types of ... «PopMatters, Apr 14»
'Marvelous' medicine fascinates local history author
"Marketplace of the Marvelous" focuses on several popular practices of “irregular” medicine — botanicals, phrenology, hydropathy, ... «Madison.com, Mar 14»
Healing In Small Doses: The Origin of Homeopathy
... homeopathy did not share the populist origins of Thomsonism and hydropathy. Instead, like phrenology, the origin of homeopathy began with a regular doctor. «Utne Reader Online, Mar 14»