VICTORIAN INDIGESTION MEDICINES
VICTORIAN ADVERTISING
By
Jennifer Carnell

Frampton's Pill of Health for bilious and liver complaints and indigestion.
Thomas Prout.
A magazine advert published in 1860.

Dinneford's Pure Fluid Magnesia
Dinneford and Co.
A magazine advert published in 1863.

Twinberrow's Dandelion, Camomile and Rhubard Pills
'an effective cure of Indigestion, all Stomach Complaints and Liver Affections.
In cases of Constipation these Pills never fail in producing a healthy and permanent action of the bowels'
A magazine advert published in 1863.

Page Woodcock's Wind Pills, manufactured by Page D. Woodcock.
A magazine advert from 1876.

Morson's Preparations of Pepsine, made by Morson and Son.
A magazine advert from 1876.

Kinmond's Double Strength Fluid Magnesia.
A magazine advert from 1876.

Pepsalia, The Digestive Table Salt.
A magazine advert published in 1891.

Cockle's Anti-bilious Pills, with a celebrity endorsement by Captain Frederick Burnaby.
An advert published in a magazine in 1894.

Vogeler's Curative Compound.
Cures Dyspepsia
The Charles A. Vogeler Company.
A magazine advert published in 1894.

Cytos Bread & Biscuits.
'George Augustus Sala writes: "Cytos bread appears to me to be of the greatest purity, and in every way carefully prepared. As a martyr to dyspepsia, I am naturally interested in all kinds of bread, cakes, and pastry, and I should say that the Cytos Flour is eminently calculated to promote digestion in adults and also at once tasteful and healthful, whether in the form of bread, cake or pastry, to children." '
W. Marshall & Sons, Victoria Cytos Mills.
An advert published in a magazine in 1896.

BACK TO VICTORIAN ADVERTISING

BACK TO THE SENSATION PRESS MAIN INDEX

This page is owned & maintained by Jennifer Carnell:: jennifercarnell@sensationpress.com

Copyright © 2003 - 2017, The Sensation Press, All Rights Reserved.

The Sensation Press