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Kruschen Salts

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1922. From Good Housekeeping of April.
June 1922.
July 1940.

From 1922.

Kruschen Salts was put on the British market by E. Griffiths Hughes Ltd., and on the American market by E. Griffiths Hughes, Inc. It was and is a "patent medicine"; for many years was advertised in the British Isles for "removing Uric Acid from the blood" and as a wonderful producer of vim, vigor and vitality[1].

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Sources of Information

  1. Bureau of Investigation vol 97 no 21 [1]