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Crippled Limbs Made Sound by Z irn Buk.-

. When through a knock, bruse or varices? veins the skin tissues break d<nvn and slough away into running sores find ulcere, Zara Buk is the ona hpaler, to cleanse the diseaied part?, subdue burning pain and inflammation, and promote sound, permanent healing with healthy new skin. "My husband who was a driver." says Mrs M., Elliot of 12 Baillifvetreet. north Mcl bourne, ' knocked bis l»g whilst snffering varicose veins. Soon afser he was going through awful agony from ulcers His limbs are fearfully inflamed and Rwollen, while the pain was terrific. My husband got worse and worse, and at last he beoamn fo crippled that he had to lay up. We tried alsorts ti \ remedies, including those the doctor prescribed, but nothing brought any relief: in fact, the nlcers became worse and the pain increased.

"H> ihen commenced u<;ing Zum'Buk, carefully dressing the open tores with this prand balm. The results were pleasing, for Zdm Buk was very soothing and eased the awful pain almost a 1) soon as applied. By continuing the applications of Zanrßuk the inflammation an swelling were quiokly re. duced, and the ulcers brought to a more healthy condition. Gradually the sores healed one by one, and eventually the limbs were completely cured, and my husband was able to resume work and get about as v' ua', Now. should he Knock his leg, the prompt application of Zam.Buk prevents any re currence of the trouble.

"Durina the winter, months my children used to suffer awfully from ohildlaine on the toes. Their feet would be so swollen and inflamed that it wa-f impossible for them to wear boot . However, I am glad to e»y that Zom-Bulc soon reduced the swelliug and irrstation, and cured them in a very short time." 1/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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LAID-UP WITH ULCERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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LAID-UP WITH ULCERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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