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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 9 (December 1, 1934)

At 62—In Bed With Rheumatism — At 65—Working Again — The Reward of Perseverance with Kruschen

At 62—In Bed With Rheumatism

At 65—Working Again
The Reward of Perseverance with Kruschen

Why worry about Rheumatism? This old fellow had it almost as bad as it could be. But he just found the right remedy, stuck to it, and now he's working again—at 65 years of age.

Let him tell you all about it:—“For two years and a half,” he writes, “I have suffered from rheumatism. For eighteen months I could not turn over in bed, nor help myself in any way. My legs and feet were swollen and I could not sleep or get any rest until I started taking Kruschen Salts. After taking one bottle, I went about on two sticks. I kept on taking it, as I found the pains were leaving me. I have taken six bottles and now I have started work again. I am 65 years of age and an agricultural labourer. Everybody that knows me says that I am a wonder to get on, after what I was.”—J.B.

Do you realise what causes rheumatism? Nothing but sharp-edged uric acid crystals which form as the result of sluggish eliminating organs. Kruschen Salts can always be counted upon to clear those painful crystals from the system. The numerous mineral salts in Kruschen are bound to dissolve away all traces of uric acid. And more! They ensure such perfect internal regularity that no such body poisons as uric acid are ever able to accumulate again.

Start on Kruschen to-morrow. Keep up “the little daily dose” and you'll soon joyfully agree with thousands of others that rheumatism meets its master in Kruschen.

Kruschen Salts is obtainable at all Chemists and Stores at 2/6 per bottle.

Tracy, Margaret Macpherson, Robin Hyde, and Professor Von Zedlitz. No highly technical stuff, just vital stories and articles of great interest to everybody. Congratulationns to its editor, Mr. Trevor Lane, who might, however, improve on some of this illustrated headings when he publishes his next issue.