[88e] arranges the affections and particles which stray about in the body in their due reciprocal order,1 according to their affinities,—as described in the previous account which we have given of the Universe—then he will not suffer foe set beside foe to breed war in the body and disease, but he will cause friend to be set beside friend so as to produce sound health.
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