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Observer, Rōrahi XXVI, Putanga 2, 30 Mahuru 1905, Page 23
The care of rheumatism. — Rheum a tism is due to an excess of uric acid" in the blood. When this acid escapes through the pores of the skin, as it of t*n does, instead of through natural channels, it results in skin eruptions, itching diseases, like eczema or tetter, rheumatism acute and chronic, gout, sciatica, bladder initation, chalky formation of the joints, and other deadly ailments. The symptoms of the body show that the membranes, muscles, tissues and nerves become greatly inflamed, feverish and hot, with maddening pain, the nervous system breaking down, reducing the sufferer to a state of misery ; the acid poison penetrates the joints, drying up the natural oils, leaving a chalky formation which stiffens the joints generally, and the arms and fingers become stiffened and all move- ments are attended with pain. Recently, Mr Boulden, of Camberwell, Victoria, was cured of rheumatism, from which he suffered for years, by the specialists of the Freeman and Wallace Institute, Sydney, who have a certain cure for it provided their instructions are followed. Any re- ference to this patient will be replied to by him. Rheumatism can be cured only by working a complete change in the blood, by which the acids are neutralised and the blood purified. Anyone interested in this care should write to the specialists of the Institute, and they will receive all information by return of post.
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