HANDY VETERIN ARY REMEDIES
Profeasot 0. T. Brown. 0.8 , Prinolpal of the Royal Veterinary College, reeom* mends tha following lint of remedial foi ordinary maladlea occurring In firm stook :— Aconite : Tincture (Fleming!*) Aotion sedative, allays fever, and externally relieves Irritation. Dose — Hone and ox, 10 to 30 drops ; aheep, five drops; and water m proportion of teaipoonf ul to each drop of tinotare, Fo* a lotion, use one tablespoonf ul of tlnoture to • plat of water. Aloobol, In the form of whisky, or brandy, or strong ale, Is useful foe oases In which the system requires to ba temp 3ra> Hy raised f torn a state of dapreislon. Dose — Hone or ox,-whtaky or brandy, fonr to eight tablespoonf uli ; sheep, one to three tablespoonfuls. Strong ale, horae or ox, one pint ; sheep, quartet of a pint, repeated two or three times a day* Aloes; A purgative for horip or qx. The ordinary aloßtio mass of the solution shonld ba kept at hand* Doge— Horse, ifou* to b'x d,raohms' o! the aloetlo mass aa an ordinary purgative ; on half a pint of the solution, usually given m combination with linseed oil m oases of continued constipation. Both preparauou; « al «» *™V.H,22S* from a druggist. Ammon.* Wnlmont J M*de by adding a atrong BolutUm Ql ammonia and oil of tnrpontlne, and an eighth part of soap liniment. A pint bottle oarefully stoppered should be kept at hand. The liniment Is uaefnl aa ant application for ipre throaf, atfd fb* '« okßos m whioh an external sUmulanf; U necessary. Mast be applied with tha hand and well rubbad into the akin. &X6Q% Nut : A uieful worm modiolne. the nuU ahould be kept In a wtoppered bo^l^ m I; dry place. When rc.qqlted foe a'eio th« quantity should be graied by means of a nutmeg grater. Dose — Horae or ox, |o^ of the grated not mixed with the food, oorn and bran; Bhesp, two draohmi } dog half to oae drachm; Oalvea 1 Cordial : A form of ohalk mixture for calvei anol sheep. To be prepared by a ohsmlafc II followa : —Prepared ohalk, 2 b ; powdered catechu, Xcz; ginger, loz ; oplum r oa» draohtn ; peppormiat waer, one pint» Dose— Calves, two to four tabloapoogfqlij eheip, one ortwq tiblasDoonf qlft, t f
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