Carter's Little Pills
Carter's trademark was a black crow. By 1880 the business was incorporated as Carter Products. The pills were touted to cure headache, constipation, dyspepsia, and biliousness. In the late 19th century, they were marketed in the UK by American businessman John Morgan Richards. Carter's Little Liver Pills predated the other available forms of bisacodyl and was a very popular and heavily advertised patent medicine up until the 1960s, spawning a common saying (with variants) in the first half of the 20th century.
Carter's Little Pills Carter's Little Pills are used for the relief of occasional constipation, it helps to soften the stool and produce a bowel movement more quickly.* Carters little pills are sodium free and usually take about 15 minutes to 1 hour to...