Drug advertising ephemera. Box 96.

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Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves. Includes: Wander Pharmaceuticals' Triominic, Triogesic, Triocos (nasal decongestants), Triominic (for hay fever), Ward, Blenkinsop & Co. Ltd.'s Placadol (for dysmenorrhoea), Conotrane (for nappy rash), Trichorad (trichomal vaginitis), Penotrane (vaginal therapy), Pavacol (coughs), Viacutan (burns and varicose ulcers), H.H. Warner & Co.'s Warner's Safe Cure (kidney, liver, urinary organ disorders and blood purifier), Warner's Anusol (for haemorrhoids) and Pholcolix for cough (1977), Warner Lambert's Benylin (coughs), Listermint (mouthwash), Mandelamine Sensitivity Discs, Warrick Brothers Ltd.'s Tonic Capsules (nervous conditions), Warrick Pharmaceuticals' Optimine (allergies, 1980), Tinaderm (mycotic skin infections, 1979), Horace Watson's Family Pills (indigestion, dyspepsia), WB Pharmaceuticals Limited's Berotec (bronchodilator inhaler : asthma, bronchitis, emphysema : 1977), Herpid (for herpes zoster), Laxoberal (Laxative) and Dixarit (menopause flushes), Uvistat (sunburn), Wellcome Consumer Division's Actifed, Sudafed (coughs), Calpol (analgesic for infants), Drapolene (nappy rash), Tineafax (athlete's foot), Sebamed (skin cleanser), Marzine (travel sickness tablets), Contac (cold relief), Wellcome Foundation's Polytrim (eye drops), Zyloric-300, Zyloprim (gouty arthritis), Septran (bronchitis), Mallein (for horses), Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Paine's Celery Compound (constipation - a laxative and diuretic), Westend Apotheke's Leberthran-Curen and Aromatische Leberthran.

Physical description

1 box ; 34 x 33 cm.


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