Cor-Ago (patent medicine)
|Cor-Ago, Father Bordas' Remedy|
|Medical Claims||Treatment of "all diseases which arise from blood impurities," including: "Rheumatism, Eczema, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney Diseases, Heart Failure and Inflammation of the Bladder"|
|Creator(s)||Father Edward P. Bordas|
|Year created||c. 1903|
|Vendors||Cor-Ago Co. (Linden Lake, MI)|
Cor-Ago (Latin: cor, "heart" + agere, "to stimulate into action") was a patent tonic of borage (starflower), manufactured and sold by Cor-Ago Co. of Linden Lake, Houghton Co., Michigan, founded by a French Catholic priest, Edward Peter Bordas, from whose name the product derived the secondary title Father Bordas' Remedy.