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A bitter or oily taste in the mouth;
A sour stomach;
A complexion inclined to be yellow;
A great depression of spirits;
Specks before the eyes, and flushed face;
A done-out, tired feeling;
besides many other symptoms too numerous to mention? If you have, you
are afflicted with Kidney and Liver complaint, and should use "Magic
Kidney and Liver Restorer." This great remedy will do away with all
these disagreeable symptoms, and will make you feel like a new person.
It is a splendid spring medicine, cleansing the blood and purifying
and toning up the system.
Another formula given is "Dyspeptic Ley."
This is a _sure, certain_ cure for dyspepsia. It never fails.
The symptoms of dyspepsia are:
Feeling of weight in the stomach;
Bloated condition after eating;
Belching of wind;
Vomiting of food;
Pain in the stomach;
Bad taste in the mouth in the morning;
Palpitation of the heart;
Cankered mouth; loss of flesh;
Fickle appetite; depression of spirits;
Lack of energy; headache and constipation.
If you have _any or all_ of the above symptoms, then you are afflicted
with Dyspepsia, and should endeavor to obtain relief. "Dyspeptic Ley"
is a certain cure. It is easily prepared, and should be taken by
everyone who is afflicted with any of the above distressing symptoms.
The same chapter tells how to cure Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Neuralgia, Sick Headache, Neuralgic Headache, Rheumatism, Dysentery,
Epileptic Fits, Hysteria, Bleeding of the Lungs, Coughs, Bowel
Complaint, Scrofula, Worms, Sore Eyes, Cholera, Piles, Warts, Corns,
Deafness, Inverted Toe-nail, etc.
All these diseases are described, together with the best method of
Chapter eleven teaches how to Prepare Nourishment for the Sick Room.
Very few people know how to prepare nourishment for the sick. This
chapter teaches how to prepare a great number of nourishing dishes.
Every lady should know how to prepare food for the sick, as at some
time or other there is almost certain to be sickness in every family.
There are over forty recipes given in this chapter for food for the
sick and convalescent.
Chapter twelve describes things Curious and Useful.
It tells: How to get clear of mosquitoes; how to get rid of bedbugs;
to obtain fresh-blown flowers in winter. By this process the buds of
flowers can be gathered in summer and autumn and kept until the
winter, when they can be used as required. The flowers open and are as
beautiful as though fresh plucked from the garden. Any one can
understand the process, as it is very simple.
Also: How to transfer all kinds of pictures on to glass--a very pretty
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