1852 The Lancet  
WE no longer live in a rude, hut in a very credulous age, every succeeding ear ushering in its new remedy for incurable diseases, which, though not so revolting as of old, are, I fear, of equal ineptitude. This remark applies to many of the therapeutic agents lately vaunted for their efficacy in the treatment of epilepsy. Among many others, we h tve the cotyledon umbilicus, or common navt,]-wort, which grows on our rocks and old walls.
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