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Lifelong Biliousness.


Th» writer who said there are only two really bad things on earth, Sin and Bile, was right. Misdirected action is sin, misdirected bile is biliousness. When you are bilions every thought of food is nauseous. Every time the room gets warm you feel very uncertain as to whether you are going to b© sick. It' you hurry to catch a car or train there's the feeling again. Headaches, turning- off with sickness, a nasty coated tongue, are other symptoms of biliousness, and a symptom most distressing to the female ccx is the yellow colour which the face comes to have if biliousness is allowed to continue. It is by prompting the liver to proper action, and by purifying the blood from the bile elements which have escaped into it that Bile Beans cure Biliousness wherever they are used. As an illustration, Mrs E. Wilkins, of Richardson Street, St. Kilda, South Dunedin, says;:—"l have been a great sufferer from Biliousness, indeed I may say that up to twelve months ago I suffered from that distressing complaint, on and off, all my life, and though I tried many socalled cures, and also received medical advice, I could not gain any relief. At times I became quite dizzy, with a miserable, sickly feeling, when I would become despondent, and almost give up hope of ever being cured. About twelve months ago I was stronglg advised to take Bile Beans, and as I heard them well spoken of, I decided to do so. The first few doses afforded me considerable relief, and continuing the course (for three months I was a different woman. The pain m my stomach ceased, sickness and dizziness left me, and I am now thoroughly restored to health. There is no doubt about it, Bile Beans fire a splendid medicine, and I never fail to recommend them." "AN EXCELLENT FAMILY MEDICINE," says " SCIENCE SIFTING^ 1,

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Lifelong Biliousness., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6563, 6 May 1905

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Lifelong Biliousness. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6563, 6 May 1905