There is Great Danger from Liver Chill and Colds.
BILE BEANS FOETIFY THE SYSTEMM TO WITHSTAND THEM.
Pew people are lucky enough to pasa through a Winter without" having a chill/' or " catching a cold," as the phrases go. These Winter affections are so common their very familiarity causes too many people unfortunately to treat them with contempt at the early stages. No neglect} could be more serious. Another thing to. bear in mind is that disregard of cold from Winter to Winter usually ends ia chronic and often fatal ailment. The surest way to avoid these dangers is to strike at the root of the evil at the first intimation, or, what is better still, to remember that prevention is better than cure, and a system toned up and made able to resist cold is the best prevention. The person most liable to chill is he whose liver is in any way out of order. The chill strikes there. In fact, the chances of facing exposure to all sorts of weather without taking harm are a thousand to one in favour of the man whose liver is in good order, as the proper function of the liver is to draw off all the impurities of the blood, foreign matter, and waste which gets in through inflammation; or by other means, and to send these impurities in the way of being speedily discharged from the body in a natural manner. A healthy liver is a man's most powerful machinery for resisting or throwing off the chills and colds from which rheumatic fever, influenza, and consump tion arise. No medicine in ths world has been discovered to equal Bile Beans in restoring the liver to its normal, healthy condition, enabling it to lit a man to resist all encroachments of the vagaries of oup climate upon the system. Bile Beans are a eaft) family medicine, and speedy cure for Biliousness, Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Files, Debility, Female Weaknesses, Nervousness, Rad Blood Bad Breath, Anaemia, Disturbed Sleep, Loss of Appetite, Pimples, and all skin eruptions. Rheumatism, and by giving tone to the system will ward off Coughs, Colds, and Influenza. Obtainable generally at Is lid or 2s 9d large box (contains three times th© Is ljd size.)
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905
There is Great Danger from Liver Chill and Colds. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905
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