OFFENSIVE ODOUR OF BODY.-Every person has a characteristic odour of body, perfectly distinguishable to dogs, and also to some gifted human beings. In those of sanguine temperament the odour is apt to be more marked than in others. Under certain conditions of ill health, as if fevers, the odour becomes altogether perverted.
When the health is restored the condition passes away as a rule. Sometimes, however, it does not, and in spite of the most careful cleanliness the odour remains.
Medicines.-(Three times a day.)
-Offensive under the arm-pits.
-Offensive with perspiration.
-Odour like garlic.