This combination of bromine and sesame oil, like the analogous compound iodipin, continues to hold its ground as an alternative to the usual bromides. Its oily basis gives it a nutritive value in addition to the medicinal value which attaches to the bromine element. It is employed in epilepsy, in hysteria and neurasthenia, and it has been specially recommended in nervous insomnia, vertigo, and agoraphobia; also in eclampsia infantum (Wassing, Rahn). The nutritive and strengthening properties of bromipin have been frequently insisted upon by many observers, and more recently by Moller.
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