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BITRATE OF TAR STOPS COUGHS AND COLDS.

HELPFUL HINT BY A SPECIALIST

Coughs, colds, catarrh and throat and bronchial troubles are nearly always indications of an inflamed or abnormal condition of the mucous Jining of the throat and nasal and bronchial passages; and this inflammation or abnormal 1 condition must be remedied before the trouble will disappear.. Recent. tests show that bitrate of tar exercises a peculiarly soothing and healing effect on these tissues, and it is doubltess because of this action that coughs, colds, catarrh and bronchial troubles so quickly benefit by its use. The best way to use bitrate oi .tar. is to add two ounces of it to a'" plain syrup made by dissolving 'half a pound of sugar in half a pint of hot water Mix thoroughly and take one or two tablespoonsfuls every hour until the trouble disappears- Because of its tonic properties this syrup will be found particularly strengthening and beneficial to those who have been weakened and ran down by chronic coughs. Care should be taken to ask your chemist for the bitrate of tar as, in addition to being pleasant to the taste, tliis is practically the only form suitable for use in cases of coughs and colds." ■ 4 266

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BITRATE OF TAR STOPS COUGHS AND COLDS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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BITRATE OF TAR STOPS COUGHS AND COLDS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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