THE NERVES AND THEIR NEEDS.
Wc do not give much thought to our nervous system when it is working all right, but when it goes wrong Nature has a way of calling it forcibly to our attention by something that we cannot overlook—pain.
Try to reach a painful nerve with medicine of any sort and you are confronted with a fact that every doctor knows, that the only way to reach the nerves is through the blood. You sco now why Dr Williams’ Pink Pills, the great tonic for the blood, are also a great nerve builder. When a nerve becomes inrtamed and painful it is—unless caused by an accident—because the blood was not giving it the elements of nourishment it needed. Dr Williams’ Pink Pills build up the blood, tho nerves are strengthened, the inflammation subsides, and tho pain vanishes. By keeping the blood rich and red by tho use of Dr Williams’ Pink Pills the danger of nervous breakdown, insomnia, nervous indigestion, and other disorders caused by ill-nourished nerves is greatly lessened. In children tho use of Dr ■Williams’ Pink Pills banishes the fear of St. Vitus’ Dance. All medicine dealers sell Dr Williams’ Pink Pills.—[Advt.]
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THE NERVES AND THEIR NEEDS., Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
THE NERVES AND THEIR NEEDS. Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
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