Radigam Radioactive Emanator
|"Radigam" Radioactive Emanator|
|Medical Claims||The copy suggests you can "drink rheumatism & blood poisons away"|
|Year created||c. 1932|
|Vendors||The Radiopathic Institute, Limited|
The "Radigam" Radioactive Emanator is a hollow ebonite (bakelite) rod "containing a very small amount of radium" that was sold as a tool for producing activated water, which was advertised as a curative for a variety of ailments. It was sold by the Radiopathic Institute Ltd. of London.
- Pervan, V; Cohen, L. H.; Jaftha, T., eds (1995). Oncology for Health-Care Professionals. Cape Town, South Africa: Juta & Company Ltd. p. 237. https://books.google.ca/books?id=Vvx5wtSdgzUC&pg=PA237. (Entry under "Radium")