It is further said that there is a tree in that country, the juice of which is a strong poison if it touch a mans blood; but if drank, it is a sovereign antidote against poison.
Because the recent juice is an organized substance, consisting of an immense congeries of small parts, which disperse the sun's rays in all directions, like a thin film of unmelted tallow; while the varnish which has been exposed to the air loses its organized structure, becomes homogeneous, and then transmits the sun's rays, of a rich, deep, uniform, red colour.
The lime-juice was a medicine, a specific; but it could be of no real use till the frame was nourished with proper food.
So he stripped off; the yellow brown juice on his white skin turned it a rich copper colour, and he was changed into an Indian lad that none would have taken for Rolf Kittering.
The juice of the roots and tops, mixed with incense, is a sovereign antidote against the bite of a viper and other poisons.
This juice was a dark brown color.
The juice of the malt is the liquor of his life, and at bed and at board a louse is his companion.
The juice of the ripe grape is a nutritive and agreeable food, consisting chiefly of sugar and mucilage.
He will not permit his patients to have either surgeon or apothecary: he performs all the operations of the first with great dexterity; and whatever compounds he gives, he makes in his own house: those are very few; the juice of herbs, and these waters, being commonly his sole prescriptions.
The juice of lemon is a sovereign recipe.
The gastric juice is a thin almost colorless fluid with a sour taste and odor.
Now, as this juice is pure extract of meat, containing albumen, osmazome, and other valuable principles, it follows that meat which has been preserved by the action of salt can never have the nutritive properties of fresh meat.
THE JUICE OF FLESH IS WATER, holding in solution many substances besides albumen, which are of the highest possible value as articles of food.
Its juice is now an essential for culinary purposes; but as an antiscorbutic its value is still greater.
In a fresh state, the kernel is eaten raw, and its juice is a most agreeable and refreshing beverage.