Five or six years a physician in Toronto wrote me about the two daughters of a patient, one about seven, the other ten, who had suffered all their lives with a strong onion odor of their breath – bad breath.
The doctor said that he had treated them all their life without success and that he had taken them to New York for consultation and no one had succeeded.
I had recently had my attention arrested by that symptom and had found it under Sinapis nigra.
I had turned to it and found the rest of their symptoms without any trouble.
It promptly cured the girls.
Dr. HC Allen, MD.