Pink Pills For Pale People - Various - Pink Pills For Pale People EP (Vinyl)

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  1. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People was a late 19th to early 20th-century patent medicine containing ferrous sulfate and magnesium sulfate. It was produced by Dr. Williams Medicine Company, the trading arm of G. T. Fulford & catnaphenisibchond.lanmanebonvibuwonkayclapcomzeitan.co was claimed to cure chorea, referenced frequently in newspaper headlines as "St. Vitus' Dance"; as well as "locomotor ataxia, partial paralyxia, seistica.
  2. One example of a patent medicine from the end of the 19th century is Dr Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People, which claimed to be a ‘miracle cure’ for consumption. An advertising pamphlet for the Pink Pills, intriguingly titled The Queen’s Gift has been digitised and is available online.
  3. Apr 10,  · Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People. When a girl is pale, weak, easily “tired out,” trou-bled with headache, backache, pain in the side; when her temper is fitful and her appetite poor—she is in a condition of extreme peril, a fit subject for the development of the most dreaded of.
  4. The tablets were originally advertised as “Pink Pills for Pale People”. Users of the product claimed the pills could even cure paralysis. The patent for the pills was bought by an American politician, Senator George T Fulford () in Fulford made the product an international success. From Spiritus Temporis (with thanks).
  5. Apr 10,  · Advertisements for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People can be found in newspapers from across the country. In , the advertising efforts of Dr. Williams' Medicine Company were the subject of a glowing article in the Omaha Daily News, which heralded the company as "an example of what can be accomplished by young men in this twentieth century of keen business rivalry and .
  6. Jun 07,  · Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People was a late 19th to early 20th-century patent medicine containing iron oxide and magnesium sulfate. It was produced by Dr. Williams Medicine Company, the trading arm of G. T. Fulford & Company. It was claimed to cure chorea, referenced frequently in newspaper headlines as “St. Vitus’ Dance,” as.
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  9. Pink Pills for Pale People. In the 19th century--an era when medicine and the human body were little understood--patent medicines or nostrums like these "Pink Pills for Pale People" offered hope. Slick advertising and catchy names led millions to send away for a chance at good health. Given the fact that an estimated 80% of human illnesses.

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