WW1 British Anticholera Diarrhoea Mix Alfred Parker Bottle Labels

WW1 British Anticholera Diarrhoea Mix Alfred Parker Bottle Labels

Code: 13279

£15.00 Approx $18.12, €17.73, £15
(1 in stock)
 
For sale is an original pair of WW1 British Anticholera Diarrhoea Mixture Alfred Parker Bottle Labels with the original gum still on the back, the label states:
 
SHAKE THE BOTTLE. ANTI-CHOLERA OR DIARRHEA MIXTURE. DOSE,. two table-spoonfuls. one table-spoonful. one dessert-spoonful. .two tea-spoonfuls. ........ one tea-spoonful. Adults Between 12 and 16 years 8 4 12 99 4 To be taken at the commencement of the attack, and repeated every two, three, or four hours, according to the frequency of the Diarrhœa. N.B.-The following observations from the Government Board of Health demand the most serious attention from every person. "Looseness of the Bowels, however slight, should on no account be neglected. It is by far the most usual forerunner of the disease (CHOLERA), as well as the most important, because in its various degrees it constitutes that stage in which life may be most easily saved. Through not attending to this Caution many lives have absolutely been thrown away, and on the other hand, by a prompt and eurly use of a remedy, thousands have been saved both in EUROPE and INDIA, "PARKER, Dispensing and Family Chemist, ALFRED Member of the Pharmaceutical Society, HIGH STREET, UTTOXETER.
 
These would make a great addition to a ww1 British tropical theatre collection, or display! 
 
These will be sent 1st class signed for and dispatched within two to three working day’s. This is for the pair.