Kargon Compound Prescription

Kargon Compound Prescription

Cincinnati, Ohio: Kargon Extracting Co., 1906. 13 x 18 cm. Printed on one side in red and black within a red border. "A valuable soothing, healing and cleansing tonic" for the kidneys. The "prescription" called for Kargon Compound to be mixed with extract of dandelion and compound syrup of sarsaparilla. A 1912 report stated that it was made up of buchu, potassium acetate, glycerol, and alcohol. Scarce. In Good Condition: creased and lightly soiled; starting to separate at edges of two folds; minor chipping. Good. Item #006985

Price: $25.00

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