Daffy’s Elixer

One of the most popular and frequently advertised patent medicines in Britain during the 18th century, reputed to have been invented by clergyman Thomas Daffy, rector of Redmile, Leicester, in 1647. He named it elixir salutis (literally ‘elixir of salvation’) and promoted it as a generic cure-all
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