Wonderful Healing Methods
TESTIMONY FROM THE TRENCHES
SAVING BOTH SOLDIER AND WORKER
It has needed the War to make known the facilities now in existence for the rapid and clean healing of wounds. The men in the trenches have borne testimony over and over again to the priceless aid they have received from the handy box of Zam-Buk, with which many companies are now equipped. Cuts from barbed wire, superficial wounds from flying shell fragments and innumerable other injuries have been treated promptly with Zam-Buk, and so successfully that ever-feared blood-poison has been warded off. The men have continued with their trench warfare wearing their Zam-Buk bandages and thus safeguarded, have avoided the unpleasant necessity of “reporting sick.” No other preparation possesses the same splendid healing, soothing and antiseptic properties. “A Surgery in a Two inch Box.”
A VETERINARY ZAM-BUK
There is now to be obtained a form of Zam-Buk adapted for use upon the common cuts and sores of horses, cattle, sheep, dogs and pets. It embodies the same powerful healing properties of the original or household Zam-Buk – reduces the “Vet” bill.
Source: Isle of Wight Times 7 & 14 October 1915