Ma-Wan-Ka Remedy box front view

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Title

Ma-Wan-Ka Remedy box front view

Description

Box for an eight ounce bottle of Ma-Wan-Ka, "the great remedy for stomach liver and kidneys," by the Ba-Ha-Ni Laboratory, Inc., of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, c. 1940. The box claims it is "an excellent tonic [that] improves appetite [and] aids digestion." The box features an image of two stereotypical Native Americans next to a tipi.

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Language

eng

Identifier

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Original Format

Citation

“Ma-Wan-Ka Remedy box front view,” American Institute of the History of Pharmacy Digital Collection, accessed October 5, 2022, https://aihp.omeka.net/items/show/67.