Recommended as a "beneficial application for bruises, rough and cracked skin caused by inclement weather, insect bites, sunburn and local irritations," it is advocated for use on both man and beast alike. The salve has a drawing quality, which works particularly well on slivers of metal, wood, or glass, beneath the surface of the skin.
Porter's Salve was formulated in 1916 in Piqua, Ohio, by the George H. Rundle Company. The reference to liniment was made because this salve was formulated from the Porter's original product, liquid Porter's Liniment.
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