IT MUST BE USED PROPERLY.
Administer in at least a half tumbler of water (three times daily, after meals),
beginning with a small dose (say 6 drops), and increasing one drop each day.
Best results are only obtained by pushing Arsenauro and Mercauro to point of
toleration in each individual case (keeping the patient as near that point as possible).
The maximum dose varies widely, some patients taking eighty-five drops three times
daily, others being unable to reach a dose of over ten drops.
When reaching point of toleration, (manifested by the usual signs, such as puffiness
under the lids, loose, griping evacuations, frontal headache, dizziness, tingling of the
fingers, etc.), medication should be stopped for twenty-four hours, then resumed with
dose slightly less than the one administered when toleration point was reached. Patient
should be maintained upon this ascertained limit for a protracted period.
CHAS. ROOME PARMELE CO., 36 PLATT STREET, NEW YORK.
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