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by Salvatore P. Lucia

eBook A History of Wine As Therapy epub
  • ISBN: 0397590997
  • Author: Salvatore P. Lucia
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company; 1st edition (June 1963)
  • Pages: 234 pages
  • ePUB size: 1252 kb
  • FB2 size 1375 kb
  • Formats mbr txt lrf lit


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Salvatore Pablo Lucia, American Physician, educator. Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, American Board Internal Medicine. Wine as food and medicine

In a 1963 book called A History of Wine as Therapy, physician Salvatore P. Lucia notes that wine was afso used a. The Merck manual of diagnosis and therapy. Rahway, NJ: Merck & Company, 1977.

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This book deals with wine as a food and medicine, covering such aspects as the chemistry of wine; its action on the gastro-intestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular, and neuromuscular systems; its use in acute infectious diseases, in diabetes mellitus, and in the treatment of the aged.

This book deals with wine as a food and medicine, covering such aspects as the chemistry of wine; its action on the gastro-intestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular, and neuromuscular systems; its use in acute infectious diseases, in diabetes mellitus, and in the treatment of the aged and the convalescent; and its employment as a vehicle for medication.

Lucia, S. A History of Wine as Therapy 3 Watney, J. Mother’s Ruin: A History of Gin. London: Peter Owen, 1976 . 15 Murphy, B. The World Book of Whiskey. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1979, p. 172. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1963, p. 8. 2 Austin, G. Perspectives on the History of Psychoactive Substance Use. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1979. 3 Watney, J. London: Peter Owen, 1976, p. 17. Austin, G. Alcohol in Western Society from Antiquity to 1800. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC’ Clio, 1985, pp. xxi-xxii. A History of Alcoholism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990, p. 20. 5 Roueche, B. Alcohol in Human Culture. In: Lucia, S. (E. Alcohol and Civilization. 16 Sutherland, D. Raise Your Glasses. Lucia?s A history of wine as therapy of 1963 gives us a survey of the use of wine as a curative down . California has a wine book collectors' society, the Wayward tendrils whose members are known as Tendrils. Lucia?s A history of wine as therapy of 1963 gives us a survey of the use of wine as a curative down through the centuries, without the knowledge we have today. In the seventeenth century, for instance, wine was seen as a treatment for such diseases as typhoid, diphtheria and tuberculosis. The name comes from the book, The wayward tendrils (1948), by Ian Campbell. Its quarterly newsletter is a goldmine of information for anyone interested in wine books and wine history, and has contributors from all over the world.

First published in 1963, "Dr. Lucia has long been known as a medical historian, a distinguished clinician and an ardent proponent of wine, particularly of its beneficial uses to man. Now he has brought together all his varied talents in this fascinating book on the medical uses of wine throughout the ages."
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