The Hot Springs Medical Journal, Volume 3, Issue 12

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Page 356 - FIGS" as a laxative is one or two teaspoonfuls given preferably before breakfast or at bed time. From one-half to One tablespoonful acts as a purgative, and may be repeated in six hours if necessary. "Syrup of Figs
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Page 356 - ... a laxative that would be entirely safe for physicians to prescribe for patients of all ages — even the very young, the very old, the pregnant woman and the invalid — such a laxative as the physician could sanction for family use because its constituents were known to the profession and the remedy itself had been proven to be pro.mpt and reliable in its action, as well as pleasant to administer and never followed by the slightest debilitation. After a careful study of the means to be employed...
Page 356 - TRITICA" For Retention of Urine Nothing Equal. Folder and sample sent physicians free. U TCI ll 1*1 1 IS THE SEARLE & HERETH CO. Phar. Chemists, CHICAGO. The Demand For a pleasant and effective liquid laxative has long existed — a laxative that would be entirely safe for physicians to prescribe for patients of all ages — even the very young, the very old, the pregnant woman, and the invalid — such a laxative as the physician could sanction for family use because its constituents were known...
Page 355 - LISTERINE is a well-proven antiseptic agent — an antizymotic— especially adapted to internal use, and to make and maintain surgical cleanliness — asepsis — in the treatment of all parts of the human body, whether by spray, irrigation, atomization, or simple local application, and therefore characterized by Its particular adaptability to the field of PREVENTIVE MEDICINE— INDIVIDUAL PROPHYLAXIS.

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