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And another advantage of these wild medicinal waters of nature is that
they reach and remedy the ailments and infirmities to which constipation gives
Diseases of the Kidneys;
Diseases of the Liver;
Diseases of the Stomach;
Diseases of the VBood;
Gout; Sciatica; rheumatism;
Diseases of the 3Bladder;
VDisorders of the Nervous System;
.Malaria and all Fevers.
The bowels are the great sewers of the body and cannot remain clogged
with animal waste without communicating some principle of sewer poison to
the blood and thence to all the vital organs, the first step in the treatment of
almost every type of disease being to move the bowels in order to release the
system from their poisonous gases. To cure constipation is to guard us
against the maladies that constipation brings on.
NOTE.-For prompt laxative effects Sangcura Sprudel Water should be
taken in quantities of one or two full goblets, as often as required. In ailments
and infirmities other than constipation it should be taken as freely as may be
consistent 9ith inclination and comfort, and Without inducing too frequent action
of the bowels.
THE FLOWER OF ALL CLUB WATERS.
Natural Sangcura Sprudel, carbonated
at the wells and put up sparkling in dainty
bottles-splits, pints and quarts-now ranks
as the flower of all the polite club waters on
the market. Pleasant, appetizing, bracing,
it takes precedence of the London Apollinaris
as a select table luxury and of the carbonated
Vichy, Kissengen or Seltzer as a standard
health drink and as a quick restorative in
headaches, nausea, indigestion and other
temporary indispositions. Taken system-
atically for its medicinal effects, it is the
lightest, pleasantest, most searching and most effective of all- water
Torpid Bowels and Weak Kidneys;
Gout; Sick Headache; Heart-burn;
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Sangcura Sprudel Water, pamphlet, 1900; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth60960/m1/5/: accessed October 31, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boyce Ditto Public Library.