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Shampooing: Or Benefits Resulting From The Use Of The Indian Medicated Vapor Bath (1826) e-book

Author:

Sake Deen Mahomet

Language:

English

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Publisher:

Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 2, 2008)

Pages:

192

ISBN:

0548975035

Shampooing: Or Benefits Resulting From The Use Of The Indian Medicated Vapor Bath (1826) e-book

by Sake Deen Mahomet


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Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Shampooing Or Benefits Resulting From the Use of the Indian Medicated Vapour B. Sake Deen Mahomet. Authors: Sake Deen Mahomet. Categories: Nonfiction.

Fleet, 1838 - Baths, Medicated - 197 pages. Page 23 - Palsy usually comes on with the sudden and immediate loss of the motion and sensibility of the parts, but in a few instances it is preceded by a numbness, coldness, and paleness, and sometimes by slight convulsive twitches. When the head is much affected, the eye and mouth are drawn on one side, the memory and judgment are much impaired, and the speech is indistinct and incoherent. Appears in 11 books from 1826-1892.

Mahomed, Dean Sake (1826). Shampooing; benefits arising from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath

Mahomed, Dean Sake (1826). Shampooing; benefits arising from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath. Brighton, Creasy & Baker, pg. ix-x. a b c d Ansari, Humayun (2004), The Infidel Within: The History of Muslims in Britain, 1800 to the Present, C. Hurst & Co. Publishers, p. 58, ISBN 978-1-85065-685-2. Although Dean Mahomet must have already become a member of the established Protestant Church, we can imagine a lingering doubt in the mind of the clergyman who performed the wedding of this unusual couple, particularly since they had eloped. From "The Travels of Dean Mahomet". Retrieved 15 January 2019.

the use of the warm bath, in comparison with steam or vapour bathing.

Containing a brief but comprehensive view of the effects produced by the use of the warm bath, in comparison with steam or vapour bathing. by. Mahomet, Sake Deen, 1759-1851. Vapor baths, Baths, Medicated, Massage.

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What the Vapour Bath and Shampooing, together, are enabled to effect .

What the Vapour Bath and Shampooing, together, are enabled to effect, my readers must have had, already, sufficient proof: I do not wish to press them forward as being capable of accomplishing every . .Brighton, October 9, 1822.

In 1822, Sake Dean Mahomed published Shampooing; or Benefits resulting from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath. This medical work featured testimonies from his patients, as well as details of the treatment that made him famous

In 1822, Sake Dean Mahomed published Shampooing; or Benefits resulting from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath. This medical work featured testimonies from his patients, as well as details of the treatment that made him famous. Sake Dean Mahomed’s early life and career. Mahomed’s background was varied.

Sake Deen Mahomet’s books. Containing a Brief But Comprehensive View of the Effects Produced by the Use of the Warm Bath, in Comparison with Steam or Vapour Bathing. Shampooing; Or, Benefits Resulting from the Use of the Indian Medicated Vapour Bath.

Published in 1826, Shampooing, or, Benefits resulting from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath .

Mahomed died in February 1851, just two months after the death of his wife Jane.

Printed Books, Including Travel, Topography and Nat Hist. London, South Kensington.

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