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Showing therefore that it should be treated as a WHOLE!



Veins of the Human Body, showing that we are like a Tree.

Circulation of the Blood discovered by Harvey.

Purification of the Blood by the Vegetable Universal Medicines discovered by JAMES MORISON, the Hygeist.

People of Europe :

The foregoing Engraving of the Veins ought to convince you that the human frame should be treated in disease as a whole, and not piecemeal, as if it were disjointed machinery: Here lies the great difference between Hygeists and Doctors. Doctors, by their organic theory, contend that diseases should be treated locally, independently of the blood. Hygeists deny this, contending that in all cases of disease or sickness it is the blood which is really the suffering principle, and that therefore the only thing required to cure is a medicine which may purify the stream of life.

On this question the happiness and well

being of Millions depend. This Plate is taken from Dick's Christian Philosopher,' pages 163-5.


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(NEAR THE MARBLE ARCH.) OPINIONS of SIR JAMES CLARK, the Queen's Physician; Dr. J. FORBES, Physician to Her Majesty's Household ; Sir

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