The Old Vegetable Neurotics: Hemlock, Opium, Belladonna and Henbane; Their Physiological Action and Therapeutical Use, Alone and in Combination; Being the Gulstonian Lectures of 1868, Extended and Including a Complete Examination of the Active Constituents of Opium
Macmillan, 1869 - 355 pages
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