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Fatheh S:in and Three Sistkbj All Cored Uy Zam. uk. "SeeroiiQgly without any cause," says Mrs J. Balioct.. of 128 Yai row Street, Invercargill N./.. "my brotner's skin broke out in a se r vere form of weeping eczema, which spread rapidly a, ad toon c <vered his body from head to foot "Whet her because the dieease was ca'cby,' or whether througd s ion food we had eaten I cannu.. say, bu< soon every membor of the family, m yself included, was similarly at tackod by the painful.'disease. In my case my legs 'were -everely fiffeoted, whilst my faihar aaJ two siafcers hid the eczema in a milder froim 'My (brother's case was the wo»st of all and he was confined to bed. His skin presented a fearful sight, being red.raw with the constant discharge. The burning irratation was intense and he only made matters worse by rubbing and scratching at his skin, "We hj.d doctor's advice and medicines, but they all failed lo chek the disease! When we started on the Zamßuk course of treat ment we found the balm most cooling and -ootbing, and it allayed the heat and irrita uou of oir tortured skins in a wonde.ful fastrion. The progress we made was so encouraging that wo eagerly kept on using Zana Buk Soon Zam-Buk drew away all tue mattery, discharge, dried up „ the sore plac=H. and gradually removed every trace of the disfiguring disease Afler our months of suffering it, was a real fbleßsinß and relief when we all realise that, thanks to Ram.Buk wa were at last freo from the tenibie auourge. •I am only too thankful to relate cur experience, aud I sincerely trust that it may in. dace ofaers similarly afflicted .to try i'arflp B-.k. Zam Buk is excellent for ohapped hands; chilblains, «czema, ulcers, bad legs piles, and children's scalp sores, especially ringworm, blotchy skins, running sores, cuts, burns, poisonud wounds, festering sores, baby's sores, scaly patches, e:c. There is only one Zam-Jjuk and that i 3 sold at 1/6 or 3/6 per pot by chemists and stores.

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BODY COVERED WITH ECZEMAI., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3460, 21 May 1915

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BODY COVERED WITH ECZEMAI. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3460, 21 May 1915

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