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Published by the J. E. BRYANT COMPANY (Limited), 58 Bay Street, Toronto.
TORONTO, DECEMBER 16, 1890.
(SEMI-MONTHLY. PRICE, $3.00.
Acknowledged by leading Physicians to be the most Perfect, most Permanent, and Palatable preparation
in the market.
This preparation of Cod Liver Oil, combined with the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda, has only been a few years upon the market, yet it already enjoys a very large sale, and is prescribed daily by the leading physicians of Canada. We desire now, for the information of those who do not know of it, to present to them the following facts:—
First-We use only the purest Norwegian Cod liver Oil in manufacturing, obtaining our supplies by direct shipments from Norway, which is most important alike to physician and patient.
Second-We so thoroughly incorporate the oil with the salts in our mode of manufacturing that it is perfectly emulsified, and remains so without change for years.
Third-As it is almost tasteless and easy of digestion, it can be given to children and persons with most sensitive stomachs without any difficulty, and we feel convinced, from the results that have been obtained, that in the form of an emulsion is the proper way to give Cod Liver Oil.
Its ease of digestion and ready assimilation, and its fat producing and strengthening qualities, makes it especially valuable in all forms of exhaustion of the nerve centres and general debility.
It is in cases of pulmonary diseases, with emaciation, cough, debility, hemorrhage, and the whole train of too well-known symptoms, that the benefits of this article are most manifest.
It is permanent; hence it does not separate and decompose like other preparations, and the dose is always the same.
"I have tried your D. & L. Emulsion and find it the most palatable of any I have hitherto used."-D. WALLACE, M.D., Metcalfe, Ont., 26th March, 1889.
A well known physician of Windsor, Nova Scotia, writes:
July 17th, 1889.
"My experience with your D. & L. Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda, has been most pleasant and satisfactory. During the winter and spring just past, I have given it in a large number of cases, and up to the present time have not known a stomach with which it has disagreed, or a taste that has objected to it. Some of my patients for whom I prescribed it were heretofore unable to swallow and retain any
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