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Sign: Givatayim - Rishonim route - The Mamlock pharmacy

Borochov St 12, Giv’atayim, Israel
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On the sign:
שכונת בורוכוב

בית מרקחת ממלוק

[תאור האתר מופיע בשלט נפרד]
בית מרקחת ממלוק
כאן ברח’ בורוכוב 12, פעל בית מרקחת שהוקם בשנת 1944 על ידי הרוקח יצחק איזידור מלוק, מראשוני הרוקחים בארץ.
ממלוק הגיע לארץ בשנת 1907 מגרמניה. הוא היה רוקח במושבה פתח תקוה, בבית החולים בשכונת הטמפלרים ביפו, ואחר כך במושבה הטמפלרית שׂרונה.
עיקר הטיפולים שלו היו בעיקר בעשבי מרפא, ברפואה אלטרנטיבית ובהומאופתיה, על פי שיטה שלמד בגרמניה. רבים מחוליו היו ערבים מתושבי הסביבה. חולים שלא יכלו לשלם בכסף עבור התרופות, שילמו בתוצרת חקלאית.
בחצר בית המרקחת גידל ממלוק צמחי מרפא, וביניהם בבונג, נענע, סרפדים ועוד, ומעלי עץ האקליפטוס שגידל בחצר הכין חליטה לאינהלציה. בבית המרקחת רקח ממלוק משחות שונות מזפת וממינרלים שהובאו מים המלח לריפוי מחלות עור.
בית המרקחת פעל במקום זה עד שנת 1970.

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A station on the ""Rishonim route", set up by a joint initiative of the Givatayim Municipality and the veterans association of Borochov neighborhood, featuring signs that mention the homes and institutions in Borochov neighborhoods.

The other side of the sign was photographed that day Click for a larger image

The site description appears on a separate sign Click for a larger image

The building in front of which the sign is (and is being renovated) was photographed that day Click for a larger image

As indicated on the sign, Mamlock also worked in the Templar colony of Sarona in Tel Aviv, where a sign describing the pharmacy that operated there was found Click for sign's details
In Sarona there is also an herb garden named after Mamlock Click for sign's details

Translation of the text on the sign:
Borochov neighborhood

The Mamlock pharmacy

[Site description appears on separate sign]

The Mamlock pharmacy
Here at 12 Borochov Street, there was a pharmacy established in 1944 by the pharmacist Yitzhak Isidor Mamlock, one of the first pharmacists in the country.
Mamlock came to Israel in 1907 from Germany. He was a pharmacist in the Petah Tikva colony, in the hospital in the Templar neighborhood of Jaffa, and later in the Sarona Templar colony.
Most of his treatments were mainly with herbs, alternative medicine and homeopathy, according to a method he studied in Germany. Many of his patients were Arabs from the area. Patients who could not pay with money for the medicines, paid for agricultural produce.
In the yard of the pharmacy, Mamluk grew medicinal plants, including bong, mint, nettles and more, and the eucalyptus leaves he grew in the yard made an infusion for inhalation. At the pharmacy, Mamluk brewed various ointments from tar and minerals brought from the Dead Sea to cure skin diseases.
The pharmacy operated in this place until 1970.

JNF (Jewish National Fund) emblem, Givatayim emblem
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites - Israel
Veterans Association Borochov neighborhood

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