Like other antiepileptic medicines of the time, the Taylors’ remedy contained potassium bromide and ammonium bromide, together with some tincture of iodine. These ingredients were topped up with water to make 12 fl. oz. that went on sale at 2s. 9d. – a good profit on the penny or so that it cost to make.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
F I T S ! ! E P I L E P T I C F I T S ! ! !
EPILEPSY, LOSS OF MEMORY, TREMBLING OF
These complaints hitherto considered incurable, yield
at once to a dose or two of
T A Y L O R ‘ S A N T I-E P I L E P T I C Medicine.
Ask your Druggist to get it for you and do not be
persuaded to try any other Medicine, as one dose of this
will prove its efficacy, or it can be sent direct from
SANGERS, 150, Oxford-street, London, W. Price 13½d,
2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. a bottle.
Source: The Staffordshire Sentinel Thursday 18th March 1875