2 edition of Opium and the opium-appetite found in the catalog.
Opium and the opium-appetite
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Alonzo Calkins.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||390,  p. ( p. at end advertisements)|
|Number of Pages||390|
the problem of "opium appetite." Civil War veterans' habit-ual hypodermic use of morphine swept away that assumption. A new opiate, heroin, first produced in Germany in , was zealously introduced to the world as non-addicting and an answer to morphine addiction (8, p. ). A few years usage of heroin blasted that overly optimistic hope Author: Callie Parker Mickey. Book Description. This collection captures key themes and issues in the broad history of addiction and vice in the Anglo-American world. Focusing on the long nineteenth-century, the volumes consider how scientific, social, and cultural experiences with drugs, alcohol, addiction, gambling, and prostitution varied around the world.
"Anyone with an interest in social history will find this book fascinating A valuable resource and an interesting read." — Drugs and Alcohol Review "The sermons, speeches, medical arguments, and policy papers gathered here adequately convey changing attitudes toward these sometimes licit, sometimes illicit : David F. Musto. In , Alonzo Calkins argued in his book, `Opium and the Opium Appetite', (Calkins, ) that contrary to the popular belief of the time, opium addiction did not prolong life and was `plagued with disease'. In the last quarter of the 19th century, a more thorough description of diseases associated with opiate abuse by:
19 Calkins, Day's contemporary, refers to over cases in Opium and the Opium Appetite. but not one soldier who began opiate use between 20 Courtwright and Terry and Pellens cite addicted Civil War veterans who came to public attention in the 20th Century as evidence of that war's impact on subsequent addiction. 1. Author(s): Calkins,Alonzo Title(s): Opium and the opium-appetite/ Alonzo Calkins. Edition: Reprint ed. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York.
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Opium and the Opium-appetite: With Notices of Alcoholic Beverages, Cannabis Indica, Tobacco and Coca, and tea and Coffee, in Their Hygeienic Aspects and Pathologic Relations: Medicine & Health Science Books @ hor: Alonzo Calkins. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The full title of Dr. Calkins’ book is: “Opium And The Opium Appetite: With Notices Of Alcoholic Beverages, Cannabis Indica, Tobacco And Coca, Coffee And Tea, And Their Hygeienic Aspects and Pathologies Related.” Whew – those long titles were certainly popular.
As you can see I have taken the liberty of shortening it a : Alonzo Calkins. Opium and the opium-appetite: with notices of alcoholic beverages, cannabis indica, tobacco and coca, and tea and coffee, in their hygienic aspects and pathologic relations Author(s): Calkins, Alonzo.
The full title of Dr. Calkins’ book is: “Opium And The Opium Appetite: With Notices Of Alcoholic Beverages, Cannabis Indica, Tobacco And Coca, Coffee And Tea, And Their Hygeienic Aspects and Pathologies Related.” Whew – those long titles were certainly popular. As you can see I have taken the liberty of shortening it a bit.
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(Editor's note) With this post I am resuming the chapter-by-chapter posting of the remarkable book "Opium And The Opium Appetite" by Alonzo Calkins, MD.
This long and challenging book, published inallows us to hold a mirror up to our current "Opioid Crisis" and see it for what it really is - not a. Opium and the Opium-Appetite: With Notices of Alcoholic Beverages, Cannabis Indica, Tobacco and Coca, and Tea and Coffee, in Their Hygeienic Aspects (Hardback or Cased Book) Calkins, Alonzo Published by Palala Press 12/6/ ().
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Opium and the Opium-Appetite: With Notices of Alcoholic Beverages, Cannabis Indica, Tobacco and Coca, and Tea and Coffee, in Their Hygeienic Aspects and Pathologic Relations at Samuel Taylor Coleridge (21 October –25 July ) was an English poet, critic, and philosopher who consumed opium to address his health issues.
His use of opium in his home country of England, as well as Sicily and Malta, is extensively documented. Coleridge's opium use led to serious : 21 OctoberOttery St. Mary, Devonshire.
The Project Gutenberg eBook, Opium Eating, by Anonymous. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Opium Eating.
An Autobiographical. Calkins, ‘Opium Contrasted with Alcoholic Beverages’, in Opium and the Opium Appetite (Philadelphia: J Lippincott, ), pp. ; Part 2. Growing problem of iatrogenic morphine. McGillivray, ‘Excessive Use of Morphia, a DRAHM of the Sulphate taken at one Dose with Impunity’, Canada Medical Journal, 5, In the firstt century, Pliny wrote of cannabis in his Natural History, Book XXIV (Pliny,p.
): The gelotophyllis [‘leaves of laughter’= cannabis] grows in Bactria and along the Borysthenes. If this be taken in myrrh and wine all kinds of phantoms beset the mind, causing laughter which persists until the kernels of pine‐nuts are Cited by: Certainly the author of the anonymous book Advice to Opium Eaters () maintained that it had been hastily brought out to warn others from copying De Quincey De Quincey's own defence against this charge stressed the links between `stimulant' and `narcotic' use, medical and non-medical.
`A man has read a description of the powers lodged in. The group's concern with intoxicants other than alcohol was evident in the AASCI's very first, organizational meeting, thanks to the presence of Dr. Alonzo Calkins, author of Opium and the Opium Appetite ().Cited by: • The unique role played by Chinese opium in the birth of the American labor movement Along the way, the authors provide details of the addictions of S.
Coleridge, Thomas De Quincey, and other literary opium-eaters of the nineteenth century, as well as chronicling the progress of antidrug laws and the ongoing search for an addiction cure. Facts and observations relative to the external application of opium by friction, so as to be absorbed by the lymphatics.
Medical and Physical Journal. ; 1: Google ScholarAuthor: Mark A. Postler, David B. Waisel. Drug injection is a method of introducing a drug into the bloodstream via a hollow hypodermic needle and a syringe, which is pierced through the skin into the body (usually intravenously, but also at an intramuscular or subcutaneous location).
As ofthere were million people worldwide who used injection drugs, of which 22% are from developed countries. The Use and Abuse of Opium. By F. E.
Oliver, M.D. We had almost omitted to mention one source of the opium appetite, more than once referred to by our correspondents: we allude to the taste implanted in infancy and childhood by nursery medication.
When it is remembered that nearly all the various soothing sirups contain this drug, or some.This is a history of drugs and drug use in America. It provides a review of what is now a prominent feature of American culture, and it analyses the interplay between drugs, drug use, and society.
Morgan's approach is chronological, covering an age of heroic therapy, the therapeutic revolution of the post-Civil War years, the moral fervour of the Progressive era and, finally, today's bewilderment."Thomas De Quincey, Subjectivity, and Modern Literature: A Consideration of the Release of Vision in Confessions of an English Opium Eater and 'Suspiria de Profundis.'" Sphinx 9 (): Lever, Karen M.
"De Quincey as Gothic Hero: A Perspective on Confessions of an English Opium-Eater and 'Suspiria de Profundis.'".