These products were advertised in The Hood River Glacier in 1894. St. Jacobs Oil, according to an 1894 medical journal, was:
Aconite is an extract from monkshood or wolfbane, and is considered highly poisonous. It is used on poison darts. As they promise, "the Cure is Sure."
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Looks like that Jacobs oil might solve some of my old age issues. And that Aconite could solve all of them.
Buzz on 3rd February 2017 @ 7:16am
Aconite would work for me too. "It was the flying ointment of witches."
Very interesting to read about Aconite in the Homeopathic articles. Evidently it could have a calming effect, so I wonder if that was why it was used in a liniment. Kind of scary.
As for the chicken add.....my brother in law told about his FFA class using a caponizing tool to caponize a bunch of roosters. He said the roosters walked funny when they were done.
L.E. on 3rd February 2017 @ 10:39am
happiness is regulations.....
Arlen Sheldrake on 6th February 2017 @ 7:40am