NEGLECTED CUTS AND SCRATCHES.
Become Pestered and Poisoned
Zamßuk Ensures "Clean" Healing.
Any simple cut, scratch or bruise, neglected, it is liable to start inflammation, festering or blood poison. The obvious moral is, Don't Neglect the Tiniest Cut or Sore. Promptly dressing injuries with antiseptic Zanvßuk prevents them taking "bad wajs," and always ensures quick, perfect healing.
* For tbe treatment of a neglected wounds and soies Zam Bok ib equally invaluable, as it is proved by experience of Mrs E. G. Penfold, of ComwalliS'Strieet, Redfern, Sydney, who says:—My son W'Hiam injured his thumb, whtcb swelled up to an enormous size Some drt got into the wound, which became very inflamed and gave off a mos' unpleasent discharge. The egony was terrible and last the nail came off. All sorts of oinfc m°nts, rfmedies and poubices were Jried but no good resulted whatever.
"At length he starts d using Zam-Buk. and dressed the injury twice daily In a few days a great improvement set in. The discbarge was ended and the inflammation subdued. He had only been using Zam- Buk a short time when he realised all the danger of losing his thumb was passed, for the wound was healing nicely. He continued using Z'im'Buk until the injury was completely h<a!ed and his thumb quite right again." Z'-im-Buk is Australasia's reliable first-aid and healer for Cuts, Bruiseß, Burns, and Scalds. It is also a speedy and thorough remedy for Bad Legs, Dice 8, Eczema, Scalp, Hores, Piles, Poisoned Wounds, Ringworm, Barber's Bash, Sprains Swellings, and Stiff Joints and Rheumatism. Off all chemist and stores 1/6 and 3/6 per pot.
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NEGLECTED CUTS AND SCRATCHES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 20 October 1914
NEGLECTED CUTS AND SCRATCHES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 20 October 1914
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