LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED.
HOSPITAL OPEBATIuN OF NO AVAIL
ZiM-BUK'S HEALING ENDS 29 YEARS / DISABLEMENT. ZS.tit
Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers on her i/leg , Mrs E; Rohan, of 6, Maclaggan street, I Punedin, N Z , was threatened with.perman. ent lamenesß until Zam-H,uk to draw oat ithe' corruption and perfectly heal tht timbi , . '. •&» """;.
"Fearful leg uleer3," said Mrs Rohan. ••nau?ed me 29 years of pain and suffering The trouble in the first instance resulteo frnm a kick,'but blood poison, whiob after wards set in, really started .my long life 01 misttify.. .,■ ~• . " The burning pajn and irritation set U[ ; by the sores was awful, and it gave me no rest, either day or night. .. .-,: : "I attended the hospital for seven months altogether,; and underwent Ctwo operations., But the treatment made my legs even worse; and the crippling ulders spread round the' ankle.'v When hospital doqtors had; failed, -V began to try all sorts of ointments andreirne*: dies thai Were recommended, but they wer& quite' α^elese.'!/','-V.;-';.f v- ■■ '.''' •■.-.'. :-■/■:! -v : ': , : >,"'A't- lengiih"r>.giDt->a': pof • 01,. 55am.5Buk'; ; the!-; one that was of >eal ■Whejnj t started regular: dressings of balm.it soon gave iproof Jof itk; remarkable j heiUing nowei. "■'. Zam• Buk Isooihe ft way all -1 the burning pain and irrigation and my per severance waß rewarded by seeing the leg 1 heal petfeotly. .~• /..'•■> '':r: : Z-' ''■''■■' / v -'I am sure there is nothing else,like Z.arn' Buk for obsinate ulcere and sores,"
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LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4395, 12 May 1914
LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4395, 12 May 1914
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