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1 Of course there are as many varieties of must, or grape-juice, as there are of wines. Must is of a purgative and emollient nature, but is no longer employed in medicine.
2 See c. 30 of this Book. Of course there is little or no truth in this assertion.
3 In reality it has no such effect.
4 See B. x. c. 86.
5 See B. xxii. c. 36, and B. xxx. c. 10.
6 In cases of poisoning by opium or hemlock, the use of it, Fée says, would be prejudicial.
7 See B. xxi. c. 105.
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