From what I can find, contents is:

Aloes, Cascara, Apocynum, Frangula, Burcock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Mandrake, Rhubarb, Prickly Ash Bark, and Juniper Berries.

No idea what most of that is, or if any of it is dangerous.
Aloe: aloe vera, a lubricant with (according to the link) a wide range of other uses

Cascara: probably cascara sagrada, a powerful laxative

Apocynum is also known as Indian hemp, prairie dogbane, hemp dogbane, and dogbane.

Frangula: is of the buckthorn family: Glossy Buckthorn, Alder Buckthorn, Fernleaf Buckthorn, or Tallhedge Buckthorn

"Burcock" is probably burdock root; many people cook with it, as it is sometimes used as a blood purifier. In fact, the food co-op I belong to sells it as a vegetable.

Dandelion is well-known as a weed, and people often use it as a salad green or make tea with it. I just learned something: it's a member of the sunflower family.

Sarsaparilla has been used in the treatment of syphilis and other conditions—sexual and otherwise—although this link points out there are no studies supporting the taking of Sarsaparilla for any of these reasons.

Mandrake root is a member of the nightshade family, and is poisonous.

Rhubarb is, well, rhubarb. Before its present association with rhubarb pie or jam, it was used to make medicine.

Prickly Ash Bark is used to this day in the treatment of toothaches, arthritis, and sore throat.

Juniper berries are used for a full range of medicinal purposes, including numbing pain, treating stomach ailments and intestinal gas.
It makes hubby draggy? Is his drag name Sharon Dix?

Also, yay, "alright", my least favorite non-word. Good to know it has a long history.

"Although the spelling alright is nearly as old as all right, some critics have insisted alright is all wrong. Nevertheless it has its defenders and its users, who perhaps have been influenced by analogy with altogether and already. It is less frequent than all right but remains common especially in informal writing." (which I suppose is what ads are, tbh)

Edited at 2016-01-10 03:58 am (UTC)