Testimonial letter from Rev. Edward F. Shaw (of 122 Elgin Avenue, London) on the reverse side of advertisement.

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All who suffer from rheumatism, gout, sciatica, lumbago, torpid liver, indigestion ... or any form of disease or weakness should avoid poisonous drugs, quack medicines ... and try the marvellous curative efficacity of Mr. C.B. Harness' world-famed bona-fide "Electropathic" belt / the Electropathic and Zander Institute. Magazine insert or leaflet advertising the therapeutic belts available at Electropathic and Zander Institute, 52 Oxford Street, London. They were supposed to invigorate the debilitated and cure: rheumatism, constipation, palpitation, neuralgia, nervousness, back pain, sciatica, lumbago, obesity, ladies' ailments (menstruation disorders) and impaired vitality (male impotence). The men's and women's belts are illustrated as is the Oxford Street premises.

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Testimonial letter from Rev. Edward F. Shaw (of 122 Elgin Avenue, London) on the reverse side of advertisement. .{' '} Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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