opium habit

with suggestions as to the remedy.
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Opium abuse -- United States., Drug a
ContributionsDe Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859, Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834, Ludlow, Fitz Hugh, 1836-1870
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Pagination[2], 335, 2 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL18048583M

I found this a fascinating insight into the use and abuse of opium (morphine use was just becoming popular as the book was written) in an era before drug laws and modern views of drug addiction.

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A SUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO ABANDON OPIUM. In the personal history of many, perhaps of most, men, some particular event or series of events, some special concurrence of circumstances, or some peculiarity of habit or thought, has been so unmistakably interwoven and identified with their general experience of life as to.

The Opium Habit by Horace B. Day Its easy to link to paragraphs in the Full Text Archive If this page contains some material that you want to link to but you don't want your visitors to have to scroll down the whole page just hover your mouse over the relevent paragraph and. the opium-habits of these eminent men, both because little instruction is afforded by the meagre information that is accessible to him respecting their use of opium, and because he apprehends their example may be pleaded in extenuation of the habit.

Yet they were confirmed opium-eaters, and remained such to the day of their death; and a. The Opium Habit by Horace B. Day Part 2 out of 6.

homepage; Index of The Opium Habit; Previous part (1) Next part (3) I subjoin my own record of the quantity of opium daily consumed, for the possible encouragement of such opium-eaters as may be disposed to make trial of their own resources in the endurance of bodily and mental.

The Opium Habit by Horace B. Day Part 5 out of 6. homepage; Index of The Opium Habit; Previous part (4) Next part (6) From the hour this pain begins to manifest itself it continues (in any average case of a year's previous habituation to the drug) for at least a week without one second's lull or exhaustion.

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This volume has been compiled chiefly for the benefit of opium-eaters. Its subject is one indeed which might be made alike attractive to medical men who have a fancy for books that are professional only in an accidental way; to general readers who would like to see gathered into a single volume the scattered records of the consequences attendant upon the indulgence of a pernicious habit; and Brand: Books on Demand.

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“Uterine and ovarian complications cause more ladies to fall into the [opium] habit, than all other diseases combined,” wrote Dr. Frederick Heman Hubbard in his book, The Opium Habit.

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China was turned into a nation of opium addicts by the pernicious forces of imperialist trade. This study systematically questions this assertion on the basis of abundant archives from China, Europe and the US, showing that opium had few harmful effects on either health or longevity.

The Opium Habit. Horace B. Day. $; $; Publisher Description. One of the earliest books to tackle the problems of opium addiction, which had become widespread in the wake of the American Civil War, and to suggest some solutions.

GENRE. History. RELEASED. June 22 LANGUAGE. Coleridge is perhaps best known for Kubla Kahn, which was inspired after an opium dream. Unfortunately, he carried on with his opium habit, which would kill him.

Charles Dickens. Writer of the most famous Christmas novel of all time, Dickens wasn’t so much food, glorious food as opium smokable opium.

William Yeats. Soldiers recuperating from battlefield wounds were routinely dosed with opium. So we were the victims of common camp diseases such as diarrhea, dysentery and malaria. Horace B. Day’s pioneering study The Opium Habit described its persistent use among veterans and their families.

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Language: English Category: History Translator. A man who has eaten much more than half a hundredweight of opium, equivalent to more than a hogshead of laudanum, who has taken enough of this poison to destroy many thousand human lives, and whose uninterrupted use of it continued for nearly fifteen years, ought to be able to say something as to the good and the evil there is in the habit.

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A treatise on the habits of opium and its compounds; alcohol; chloralhydrate; chloroform; bromide potassium; and cannabis indica: including their therapeutical indications: with suggestions for treating various painful complications, The.

The opium habit particularly, however carefully covered up against outside observation, must nevertheless drop its veil of concealment when fairly submitted to the scrutiny of an expert. (Editor’s note) With this post I am resuming the chapter-by-chapter posting of the remarkable book “Opium And The Opium Appetite” by Alonzo Calkins.

EXCLUSIVE: Sealed recordings from JFK's Air Force One, Benjamin Franklin lamenting about his opium habit and MLK's prison love letters to a .Drug control History / General Narcotic dependence Narcotics, Control of Opium Opium habit Opium trade Political Science / Law Enforcement Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Law Enforcement Psychology / Psychopathology / Addiction Social Science / Sociology / General: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.The New York Times Book Review "The book's wealth of detail is remarkable."The Economist "Opium is of great value for its thoroughness, and it is briskly written Each chapter [is] a ball of opium with an explosive charge."The Boston Globe "From the subtleties if Chinese history to the complexities if Golden Triangle narco-nationalism.