All forms of rheumatism tend to get worse if they are not treated. Deadening the pain is not enough. Something else must be done to give Nature's restorative powers a chance to help you. It has been proved by controlled tests and by wide use over a number of years that substances called the salicylates are unsurpassed in the treatment of rheumatic pain.
They give swift prolonged relief, and, what is more important, have been shown to improve the rheumatic condition in a vast number of cases.
But, take.n in the high dosage needed, salicylates can cause distressing side-effects.
American doctor's discovery
An American doctor, however, discovered that these disadvantages could be avoided and the results of the treatment enhanced by combining a salicylate with a substance called calcium succinate.
This succinate-salicylate formulation is known as Dolein. It has been used with success all over Canada and the United States, and it has been prescribed by rheumatologists in many British hospitals.
Available in Britain
Dolein is available to you, in tablet form, through your chemist. Because it is unharmfut to the heart, it is one of the world's most widely used formulations for the treatment of rheumatism.
Rheumatism should never be neglected—ask your chemist for Dolein