"Health-care costs in this country are a tapeworm of American business," he continued.
In tapeworm a little castor-oil may be advantageously combined with the second and subsequent doses.
These remedies have been used for tapeworm for almost 100 years.
By wine-glassfuls, fasting, until it excites slight nausea; as a vermifuge, more particularly for tapeworm.
When treating patients for tapeworm I have repeatedly expelled the whipworm.
Not only so; at the request of friends I wrote out prescriptions suitable for equine patients suffering from tapeworm.
This tapeworm (T. expansa) is also very prevalent in Germany.
Look for the head of the tnia (tapeworm); for if that is not expelled, you have done nothing.
The dose of the powder found sufficient for the expulsion of the tapeworm was from seven or eight to thirty grains.
A decoction of the root is recommended by Celsus, Dioscorides, and Pliny for tapeworm; and it is still used as an astringent.
tapeworm tape·worm (tāp'wûrm')
Any of various ribbonlike, often very long flatworms of the class Cestoda, that lack an alimentary canal and are intestinal parasitic in humans.