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Advertisement by Sara's Salve: Appeared 2 times, 1878-09-01 to 1878-09-15

An advertisement by  from the 1878-09-01 issue of the Woman's Exponent
From the 1878-09-01 issue of The Woman's Exponent



PURE and harmless, inwardly or outwardly applied,
will prove a great blessing to the afflicted. Spread
it as thin as possible on linen when applied outwardly.
Cover the forehead and back of the neck over night with
the plaster for neuralgia, around the ears for earache or
roaring sounds, the cheek for toothache. Cover the nip-
ples when sore, or the breast when painful, the back and
chest when aching, the stomach when cramped. When
suffering from inward complaints, roll some of it into
pills and take from one to five, according to the degree of
pain or condition of the patient. As clyster, nothing will
equal it. For burns and frozen hands and feet, it is bet-
ter than any other remedy. It is excellent for chapped
hands. It will cure felons in two or three days. It takes
off dead flesh in a few hours. It will cure old sores that
have baffled the most skillful doctors for scores of years.
Lame limbs of years standing it will cure in a week or
two. All kinds of aches or pains or open sores on man or
beast it will cure. Those that have tried it will not be
without it.


For sale at the Commission House, Salt Lake City.

How to Cite

Jeremy M. Browne. "Sara's Salve: Appeared 2 times, 1878-09-01 to 1878-09-15," Exponent Advertisements, Last Modified June, 9, 2021.