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The healing balm of Gilead is close to the novel's foundation, one built on recognizing the histories of strife and suffering in individuals and communities, and one that transcends those struggles to celebrate the loving connection in the fulfillment of God's promise.
p Dr Samuel Soloman, of Brownlow Street, became rich through sales of his guinea-a-bottle cure-all elixir, Balm of Gilead.
A herbal cough mixture, such as Balm of Gilead Syrup, will soothe the cough and Echinacea Tincture will clear up any remaining infection.