Is it not wondrous strange that there should be Such different tempers twixt my friend and me? I burn with
heat when I tobacco take, But he on th' other side with cold doth shake: To both 'tis physick, and like physick
works, The cause o' th' various operation lurks Not in tobacco, which is still the same, But in the difference of
our bodies frame: What's meat to this man, poison is to that, And what makes this man lean, makes that man
fat; What quenches one's thirst, makes another dry; And what makes this man wel, makes that man dye....