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German Kaffein (from Kaffee coffee) or French caféine both from French café coffee café
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French caféine, from café (“coffee”) or German Koffein, from Kaffee (“coffee”)
The chief of these are coffee or caffeine and atropine.
It often relieves neuralgia, especially when combined with caffeine and quinine.
Caffeine (formerly known as theme) is the alkaloid of tea, and is identical with that of coffee, guarana, mate and kola nut.
A pint of hot strong coffee may be introduced into the rectum, and caffeine in large doses - ten or twenty grains of the carbonate - may be given by the mouth.
Inject stimulants subcutaneously; give coffee - hot and strong - by the mouth and rectum, or use large doses of caffeine citrate; and employ artificial respiration.
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