also known as Aceite Mexicano
Also called "Aceite Mexicano" this is an old formula used for both tummy upset and a liniment for sore muscles. Last made in in its original formula by Hausman Pharmacy in Trinidad, Colorado. The original formula had opium in it and Hausman's stopped making it when opium became a controlled substance.
15-60 drops in 2oz water. sip Slowly. Children's doses are usually ľ to Ĺ of an adult dose. Consult your health care professional for children under 2 years of age.
Contains: Rhubarb Root, Star Anise, Cardamom, Cayenne, Triple Distilled Peppermint Oil certified organic grain alcohol, distilled water and vegetable glycerin.
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