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Pinkham, Lydia Estes, 1819-1883. (ed.) / Lydia E. Pinkham's private text-book
Revised edition ([n.d.])

Chapter VI: Keep clean inside and out,   pp. 48-53 PDF (1.1 MB)


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CHAPTER VI
KEEP CLEAN INSIDE AND OUT
Every fastidious woman knows that frequent
baths are essential to health and
Cleanliness  beauty. Nothing can take the place
Essential    of simple, inodorous, daintiness.
to Health    Keeping clean inside is every bit as
important as keeping clean outside.
Be sure that you have a regular and adequate
movement of the bowels every day. Accumulated
waste matter, if allowed to lie "like a dead rat in
the intestines", will send its poisons to all parts of
the body. Constipation can cause headache, bad
breath, gas, muddy complexion, pimples, dull,
tired feeling, lack of energy and a fretty disposi-
tion. Worst of all, it may bring on more serious
troubles, for clogged intestines make an excellent
place for disease germs to breed. Keep your bowels
open and help to prevent illness.
Every day that you do not have
Lydia E. Pink- at least one regular and adequate
ham's Pills for movement of the bowels, take
Constipation Lydia E. Pinkham's Pills for Con-
stipation. These improved coated
pills are easy to swallow and dependable in their
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