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Tapeworm






Source: Papers On Health

The only sure sign of the presence of this parasite in the
intestine is the passing from the bowels of some of its joints or ova.
Its presence in the body is a serious matter, always giving rise to
more or less inconvenience and disturbance to health. We mention it
here because we know of a very good and harmless remedy which will
completely expel the worm. This may be obtained from D. Napier & Sons,
herbalists, 17, Bristo Place, Edinburgh, postage paid, for 2s. One dose
will be sufficient.

We dislike secret preparations, yet when we come across a remedy
which never fails, we confess to putting aside our dislikes and getting
it.

The best thing is, however, to prevent the worm obtaining access to the
body. All food, especially beef and pork, should be thoroughly cooked,
and all cooking processes, and all places where meat is kept should be
thoroughly clean. Where this is the case, tapeworm will never occur.





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