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For Wounds and Skin Diseases.

Nurses come into contact with every description of skin injury and complaint. They are thus brought to fully realise the need of a reliable healing balm which can be applied to diseased and wounded skin with every confidence that only good will result. The fact that hundreds of nurses daily use and recommend Zam-Buk in the course of their professional duties is convincing proof that in Zam-Buk the public is provided with a medicinal balm, the purity and healing of which cannot be denied. Zam-Buk is not only a wonderful skin-healer. It is. strongly antiseptic and germicidal, and so forms the ideal protection for the skin;against disease ge Mra Elizabeth Dwyer, of 163 Elizabeth Street, Launceston, Tasmania, who is well-known and highly respected as a nurse, writes: — "I have been a professional nurse tor upwards of 36 years, and during that time have met with many accident cases, and know very many instances in which Zam-Buk has proved ot great

service. . . „ "For instance, in one case ot gathered breasts, I used Zam-Buk with marvellous success. The balm took the inflammation away, and after a few applications the hardened lumps ot the gatherings disappeared entirely. J! or ulcers and varicose veins, too, Zam-Buk has also proved most successful in allaying the inflammation and cleansing 1 and healing the awful sores. "I have also used Zam-Buk successfully for boils, carbuncles, burns, and all sorts of wounds. In fact,-the instances where I have found Zam-Buk so useful and beneficial are too numerous to mention in detail, and I can confidentially recommend that a pot ot Zam-Buk should be kept in every home." " . • „ . Zam-Buk is incomparably effective for the treatment of running sores, bad legs, eczema, ringworm, scalp sores, cuts, burns, scalds sprains'rheumatism, poisoned wounds, ulcers, sore hands etc. Zam-Buk is obtainable of all chemists and stores at Is 6d and 3s 6d per pot.

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NURSES RECOMMEND ZAMBUK., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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NURSES RECOMMEND ZAMBUK. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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