This section of the book is from "The Complete Herbalist" by Dr. O. Phelps Brown. Also available from Amazon: The Complete Herbalist: The People Their Own Physicians By The Use Of Nature's Remedies.
This also occurs generally in paroxysms. The pain is intense, and of a burning character. An eructation of a thin, insipid, watery liquid occurs, and, when discharged, affords momentary relief.
TREATMENT. -- Quinine and the general tonics will remove this difficulty. Certain habits, as inebriety, anxiety of mind, etc., are to be overcome, and a generous diet indulged in.