A. P. Davis, M.D., N.D., D.O.
In presenting this book to the public, we have no
apology to offer. The book contains matter not found elsewhere,
hence needed. The subjects presented are replete with most valuable
Neuropathy, the title of the book, embraces
the Entire Nervous System - its freedom from Pressure, Waste
Neuropathy is the discovery of the author of this
Neuropathy is applied in the treatment of all conditions
wherein the nervous system is involved.
Uniting the two forces - the Positive
and the Negative - harmonize the Acid and the Alkaline
Secretions, which cause disease, is shown in this book.
This is the secret of spinal adjustments in the cure of diseases,
and is plainly shown and explained herein.
Chiropractic Science rationally explained,
and the "Luxation Fad" eliminated, and shown why. Much new matter
about this science is added and rationally explained.
Osteopathy: The cream of that science is herein
fully shown and amply illustrated and made so plain that any one can learn
Ophthalmology: In this department the eye,
with its anatomy and refractive power, and its uses and abuses
specially shown. The best method of conserving Nerve Power
shown, and how to arrest nerve-waste through the eyes - by the proper correction
This book embraces three of the greatest modern
sciences. It fully illustrates and explains every means necessary
to relieve human ills mechanically, rationally, scientifically and successfully.
The department which relates to "How to Bathe,
Breathe, and Eat," will be found of incalculable value to everybody.
The Domestic Department is replete with many valuable
hints. The how to use salt, lemon juice, kerosene oil and Epsom
Salts, will be a boon to every one who desires the simpler methods
for treatment by home remedies, for they will be extremely useful
to know about and how to use to relieve many pains, and save expense
and much suffering. Many valuable recipes are included in this
department: Antidotes to Poisons; How to Cure Appendicitis; Remove Gall
Stones; Cure Snake Bites, and many other poisons as well.
The Advice to Mothers is exceedingly interesting
and can not fail to be of immense interest and untold value to every mother
in the land. Besides all of the above, there are many other features
in this book which apply to the betterment of humanity every way. We heartily
commend it to the afflicted everywhere as a book of the timer and wholly up-to-date,
and the result of a long and arduous study by THE AUTHOR.