A topical treatment intended for soothing muscular aches, minor strains and sprains, minor frost bites, mild sunburn, and non-venomous insect bites and stings. The liniment was first produced in 1861 in Chicago by former magician John Austin Hamlin (1837-1908) and his brother Lysander Butler Hamlin (1839-1910), it was primarily sold for rheumatic pain and sore muscles but was also advertised as a treatment for a number of more serious ailments including pneumonia, cancer, diphtheria, and hydrophobia.
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