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waterfor the American people, a laxative, diuretic and remedial water superior
to those sipped by the ailing kings of Europe, superior to Carlsbad, to
Frederickschalle to Hunyadi Janos, to Apollinaris, to any English, French,
German or Hungarian brand.
Then how is the fancy for costly foreign waters any less of a hobby
than the weakness of some people for any magic pill or syrup that comes
before the public preceded by a brass band or heralded by advertisements as
large as the side of a house?
NOTE.-Sangcura Sprudel Water, as it comes from the -wells, is packed and sold in five gallon
demi-johns or in cases of 12 half-gallon bottles.
A distinguishing excellence of Sangcura Sprudel is its pleasant but
potent action as a laxative.
It is the best among all the natural laxative waters of the planet.
First, people like it the best. An objection to nearly all laxative and
purgative waters is that they are gall and wormwood. They are nasty to
the taste and a burden to the stomach. Sangcura Sprudel is different.
It dewaonsot offend the palate, nor upset the digestive system. . It is pleasant,
palatable, mild, potent. It has the unique advantage, not found in any
other aperient or cathartic water, of liquefying and flushing the conjested
contents of the bowels and of inducing prompt and abundant evacuations
without exertion or discomfort. In the immediate relief of constipation,
no other water is so comfortable, so potent, so unfailing.
The preference given to Sangcura Sprudel by medical men, however, is
not so much owing to its quick and painless relief of constipation as for its
permanently invigorating effects on the torpid orrparalytic bowels and for its
permanently curative action in constipation and kidney disease and in the
ailments involved in those disorders. Medicines employed to loosen the bowels,
including all the strong cathartic waters, have a weakening, reactionary
after-effect, so that constipation is ordinarily rendered worse by treatment.
The action of Sangcura Sprudel Water or salts is to impart vitality to weak
kidneys and torpid bowels and to restore their natural and normal functions.

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