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Shampooing, or, Benefits resulting from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath :  as introduced into this country by S.D. Mahomed (a native of India) : containing a brief but comprehensive view of the effects produced by the use of the warm bath, in comparison with steam or vapour bathing : also a detailed account of the various cases to which this healing remedy may be applied, its general efficacy in peculiar diseases, and its success in innumerable instances, when all other remedies had been ineffectual : to which is subjoined an alphabetical list of names (many of the very first consequence), subscribed in testimony of the important use & general approval of the Indian method of shampooing  
Benefits resulting from the use of the Indian medicated vapour bath
Mahomet, Sake Deen, 1759-1851, creator
HOLLIS IDDigital ObjectLocation
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Countway Medicine
Place of Origin
Brighton [England]
Printed by Creasy and Baker
186, 4 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill., 1 port. ; 22 cm.

India ;  Baths ;  Balneology ;  Balneology -- India ;  Baths, Medicated ;  Baths, Warm ;  Vapor baths

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