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POISONED KNEE.

Operated On and Under a Doctor

Three Months.

Zam-Buk Cures in Three Weekf,

A Cut, Bruise, oi' Knock may not; seem' of much account when the first jlain has passed away, bub unless the injured place is dressed with Zam-Buk dirt and disease germs get into the wound, and cause months of suffering and loss of- woges. Mrs Lillie Jamieson, of 89' Bridge Street Valley, Brisbane, says of her husband's cure by Zam-Buk:— "Four months a.go my husband kneked his knee on the scaffolding ■ ofa buildiug whilst at work. Besides inflicting a painful injury, it broke a blood vessel and caused inflammation all over the limb. I treated him with certain remedies and hot fomentations, but these only made the wound worse. He was then operated on by a doctor, who attended him .for. nearly, three months, but as., he. seemed .to,be mate ing no progress, a friend advised me to try Zam-Buk,.■■'of:- which she gave inn 'a large pot as a trial. The balmwas applied, and -the. result - surprised .us. Zam-Buk did my husband more good than anything else. The doctor had opened the leg to let the blood and aceunu'dated matter out, but it broke out in a fresh place. Zam-Buk drew out the poisonous matter, subdued tho inflammation, and healed the wound. It took barely three weeks to heal, and there are now no ill-effects from it. We have great faith in ZamBuk."

The striking success of fam-Buk is due to its herbal origin. Zam-Buk is prepared with great skill from reliable vegetable substances, which have all a specific medicinal action. The result is, you have in Zam-Buk a. concentrated balm of the highest purity and of unvarying healing, scoothing, and antiseptic power. Zam-Buk is unlike anything else in character and for good results* Its fame for aches, wounds, and nuinerouß skip affections ia established through^ out the world.. Keep a pot always handy. Is 6d and 3s 6d everywhere.

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POISONED KNEE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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POISONED KNEE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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