Notices of Judgment Under the Food and Drug Act Given Pursuant to Section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act 21776 21825 Classic Reprint

Notices of Judgment Under the Food and Drug Act  Given Pursuant to Section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act  21776 21825  Classic Reprint
Author: U. S. Food and Drug Administration
Publsiher: Forgotten Books
Total Pages: 138
Release: 2018-03-19
ISBN: 9780364960059
Category: Reference
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Notices of Judgment Under the Food and Drug Act Given Pursuant to Section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act 21776 21825 Classic Reprint Book Excerpt:

Excerpt from Notices of Judgment Under the Food and Drug Act (Given Pursuant to Section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act) 21776-21825 We have both of us had colds lately, but have not had the asthma, so I think it helped us.' 2 'i received the sample you sent last winte1, and it helped me so much. I took another $1. 50 bottle, and expect to take more of. It. I'm much better this winter than I ever was before. I think it is cer tainly marvelous.' 'i am so very glad to be able to write you telling you of the wonderful effects of your Hart's Swedish Asthma Cure upon myself. Have been a sufferer from the dreaded complaint since the winter of 1888. Every winter would be obliged to leave my bed seyeral times thiough the night to rel ieve myself by burning a fumigator, inhaling the smoke. About two months ago I received your lette1 directing me to get a bottle of your medicine from our druggist\ I did so, Found some relief from the trial bottle. Have used it since, and feel now as if entirely cured. Have kept my bed at night and slept sweetly; never once being obliged to rise until morning. I feel as though I had a new lease of life. Am st1ong and heaity as an 011. Fiiends me all surprised. Hoping all sufierers will be able to try your valuable and priceless 1emedy.' Henry Long oi this city, who has been a great sufferer (ii not the worst case in the city), has used one bottle he got from you, and now on his second, says it is worth per bottle. He can sleep the entire night without any interruption, whatever, something, he has not been able to do in years. Last spring my wife had a severe case of measles. The doctor expected to find her suffering with asthma, but said he found her perfectly free from it and her lungs in better shape than he had ever found them. I trust they may stay so. This is the best year she has put in in 15 years.' I obtained a free sample of your Hart's Swedish Asthma and Hay Fever Cure and have used four bottles, and feel that I am entirely cured of asthma. I had not been able to attend to my business for a long time until I heard of your medicine and commenced its use, and for the past two months have been able to do all kinds of work, and my family as well as myself wish to thank you very kindly for sending me the free sample of your medicine, otherwise I probably would never have tried it. It will give me great pleasure to recommend your Hart's Swedish Asthma and Hay Fever Cure to anyone af´Čéicted with asthma.' 'glad to hear from Hart's Swedish Asthma Cu1e Go. I never forget the good it done me. I feel all right now. Ned Howard saw me and knowing me as the worst sufferer of asthma, he told me that he had a medicine that would cure me. Well, I will tell you how I got the asthma July, 1900. I am a woodwork body carriage maker. I overworked myself. I took a bad cold and a cough, I got worse; I doctored; I paid out lots of money; finally the doctor told me he could do me no good; that I had to go to another climate; that I was the worst case he ever saw. No medicine would help me, but another climate would do me good, so I went first to Chicago. I have a son there. I intended to stay a week; that was in September, but I got so bad I was not fit to go any farther West. My son got me a doctor, a first - class doctor. He attended me until March. About seven months ago he told me that Chicago was a bad place for asthma, and I was the worst case he ever saw. If it were not that I had a constitution like a horse, I would have died. I got to Kansas City, Mo. I got a doctor again, a good doctor. He gave me a medicine but done me no good, so he doubled the dose and I got relief for the time being. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com