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RHEUMATISM AND ECZEMA.

Zam Buk Banished Pain and

Disease.

Zam Buk's unparalleled reliability as a remedy for the skin diseases ia only equalled by Hβ effectiveness for sprains, stiffness, and rheumatic painß. Prompt treatment with Zam Euk has often saved months of pain and enforced idleness.

Mrs J. Whitaker, Selwyn Street, off Hipb street, Dunedin, N.Z., says :—'"About 18 months ago I was completely disabled by a severe attaok of rheumatism. My legs were badly swollen and my jointe terribly stiff and painful. I was in eonetant agony, and eonld not bear anyone to come near me. For two months I was laid up in bed and quite unable to get about.

"Doctor's treatment only brought temporary benefit, so at last 1 decided to try a poi of Z«m Buk, I started to regularly massage my j >ints and limbs with the balm, and get it well info the pores. Zam Bub applied in this way gave astonishing relief, and as I pereevered with the balm it banished the rheumatio paine completely. ' Some time after that an outbreak of itching eczema started on my hands. The disease spread rapidly and caused my skin to become tenibly painful and irritable. Once again I got Zam Buk, and it quiokly ended the trouble Repeated applications ol the balm soothed all itching soreness and quickly cleared away every traoa of the di eeaee.

"I think Zam Bnk iplendid, snd now we always keep a pot 0! the balm at hand for emergency use."

For eczema, itohy rash, heat swellings, bod legs, sore aobing feet, running sores, scalp diceases, outs, sprains, flesh wounds, and injuries.

Zam Buk is simply invaluable. Of all cheraißts and stores, J/6 and 3/6.

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RHEUMATISM AND ECZEMA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3472, 6 July 1915

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RHEUMATISM AND ECZEMA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3472, 6 July 1915

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