Ad 02: Fougera's Preparations.

Ad: Fougera's Preparations.

Fougera's compound iodinised cod-liver oil. Approved by the U. S. Dispensatory, 1870 - 1881. Five times as strong as pure cod-liver oil.

Fougera's iodo-ferrophos. Elixir of horseradish. Diuretic, emmenagogue, stimulant, tonic. A good substitute for cod-liver oil when obnoxious.

Fougera's dragées of iron. Each dragee contains: Two grains pyrophosphate of iron. Prescribed for general debility.
Fougera's compound Iceland moss paste. Bronchitis, coughs, colds, hoarseness, influenza.
Fougera's vermifuge dragées of santonine. Each dragee contains: santonin ½ grain, gum gutti ¼ grain. Safe and efficacious.
Fougera's ready-made mustard plasters. Two strengths, nos. 1 & 2. No. 1 is pure mustard, intended for energetic use. No. 2 is half mustard and half starch, better adapted for children and delicate persons.
Fougera's nutritive wines simple and ferrated. Composed of old sherry wine, extract of beef, and sequicitrate of iron. Excellent nutritive tonic.
Lancelot's cigarettes for asthma. Alleviates distressing sufferings of the respiratory organs.
Fougera's eau Angelique tooth wash. Most pleasant and efficacious in use. Beware of all spurious imitations.
Fougera's angelic tooth powder. Cleans and whitens the teeth, especially when used with Fougera's eau angelique tooth wash.
Fougera's angelic tooth paste.
For sale by all wholesale and retail druggists, &c.
Sole proprietor E. Fougera, Manufacturing Pharmacist,
372 and 374 Seventh Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.

This image is an advertisement in the American Journal of Pharmacy, 1884.