Miraculous cure for indigestion - February 1914

World War I daily bulletin from the Horsham district

World War I daily bulletin from the Horsham district

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Various miracle medical sures were advertised in the County Times in 1914.

“Pains after eating may be caused by indigestible food or food that is tainted, but when they recur frequently the cause is nearly always faulty action of the stomach, liver or bowels.

“Made from the medicinal extracts of more than ten different varieties of roots, herbs and leaves, Mother Seigel’s Syrup has won for itself, during the past forty years, a truly great reputation by reason of its remarkable success in restoring tone and efficiency to the digestive organs - the stomach, liver and bowels.

“Thirty drops after each meal, for a few days, will make eating a pleasure and work go easy.”