Globeol Tonic

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The Ideal Tonic. Anaemia Neurasthenia Debility Convalescence Nervous Exhaustion Overstrain Globol– the good sower of perfect health. (Glob1 l psls are conmposed of the total extract of the red corpuscles of the blood axociated with colloidal iron and m gananese, to whiich is added a particle of quassia. the laiter being included with a view to assisting the digestion of food and its consequent conversion into pure. strong. health-giving blood. (ilobdl i, therefeto an invaluable blood-forming and nerve-strengthening tonic. It over- comes the nlst obstinate cames of antentia. owing to its close affinity to the bloold, while it is free from the disadvantages of the majority of ferruginous medicament, (digestive disorders, constipa- tion, discolou ation of the teeth, etc.1. Ihe value of Glob6ol in nervous disoders (Neurasthenia, Nervous Exhaustion, etc., etc.) haI been u!l estabhshted and it, efficacy conlirmned by the eminent members of the Medical Prtleinon ablroad. Its merit, ;tc now claiming the attention of Physicians in this cotln y, mllani of ohtm are prescribing it Irgularly. Price b/. per bottle. Prepared at Chatelain’s Laboratoies. Paris. Obtainable from all Chemists, or dizect, post fre ti3. hfom the tritish and Colonial Acent IIEP’PELI..L Pharmactist, 564, Piccadilly. London, W. . from whom can also be obtained, post free, the full eplana:tot booklets, “Scientific Remedies” and ” I reaotis. n Diet.’



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Issue 4173. - Vol CLIV

Apr, 12 1919

Illustrated London News