A physician of eminence desires us to state that this nauseous medicine may be adminis tered without the least disgust to a patient, by chewing and swallowing a small quantity of the roe of a smoked herring, both before and after taking the spoonful of oil. A piece of sardine will answer if herring is not paleta-ble. The disguise is perfectly effectual, and the most delicate patient may thus use the physic with comfort. [The above is taken from the " Charleston Mercury;" as the cod liver oil has become such a panacea for every ill that flesh is heir to, the above method ot taking it with some relish may be of benefit to many invalids.
This article was originally published with the title "Cod Liver Oil"