Hercules Sanche

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Hercules Sanche
Hercules Sanche - portrait.jpg
Publicity portrait of Dr. Hercules Sanche
Born May 1838
Lower Canada (Québec)
Died 20 December 1928 (90)
Montreal, Québec
Nationality Canadian, American
Alma mater L'École de Medicine de Quebec
Affiliations Electrolibration Co.; Animarium Co.; Dr. H. Sanche Co.
Known for "Diaduction"; Electropoise and Oxydonor gas-pipes
Spouse(s) Corinne M. [Utter] (m. 1890)
Profile of Hercules Sanche, c. 1894.

Hercules Sanche (May 1838 - December 20, 1928) was a French Canadian-born American inventor and entrepreneur, and self-proclaimed "Discoverer of the Laws of Physiological Combustion" and "Discoverer of the Laws of Spontaneous Cure of Disease," noted generally for his successful Electropoise and Oxydonor "Victory" gas-pipe nostrums.

Selected Bibliography

Selected Patents

  • US 588483, Sanche, Hercules, "Apparatus for Treatment of Diseases", published 1897-08-17  — "It is unnecessary to state the theory of action of this apparatus[...] The mild and gradual action of the instrument, extending over a period of some hours, will produce effects of marked character and benefit. "
  • GB 189716774, Sanche, Hercules, "Thermo-Electric Batteries", published 1898-08-15  — "The inventor has discovered that if a living organism be connected with another body in a different thermal or electrical condition by a moderate electrical conductor, rapid oxygenation or hydrogenation of the capillary blood is produced, and he utilizes this principle for invigorating the organism and for preventing or curing disease in the same."
  • CA 62153, Sanche, Hercules, "Apparatus for Utilizing Natural Energy", published 1898-12-27  — "Placing a living organism in the attitude of a galvanic arrangement and in electrical relation to the - of the plates of a galvanic pair together with any source of the lower or higher temperature or with any substance in an electrical state corresponding to the same by being its electro-negative or electro-positive through an electrical connection of the two without circuit by a moderate electrical conductor or inductor for the purpose of invigorating living organism or of preventing or curing disease in the same as described and set forth."