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Pemberton's French Wine Coca. Incvented by John Stith Pemberton in 1885. It contained a mixture of Peruvian coca leaves, kola nut, damiana, and cocaethylene (cocaine mixed with alcohol). During the prohibition in 1886 they replaced the wine with sugar syrup and it changed name to Coca Cola.

Pemberton's French Wine Coca. Incvented by John Stith Pemberton in 1885. It contained a mixture of Peruvian coca leaves, kola nut, damiana, and cocaethylene (cocaine mixed with alcohol). During the prohibition in 1886 they replaced the wine with sugar syrup and it changed name to Coca Cola.

Methamphetamine Hydrochloride bottle, from the early 1960’s

Methamphetamine Hydrochloride bottle, from the early 1960’s

Metcalf's Coca Wine was one of a large number of cocaine-containing wines available on the market. All claimed medicinal effects, although they were undoubtedly consumed for their "recreational" value as well.” Coca wine contained 30 grains of Erythroxylum coca (from which Cocaine is made) per ounce of wine

Coca Wine

Metcalf's Coca Wine was one of a large number of cocaine-containing wines available on the market. All claimed medicinal effects, although they were undoubtedly consumed for their "recreational" value as well.” Coca wine contained 30 grains of Erythroxylum coca (from which Cocaine is made) per ounce of wine

Eye Surgery Archives - Antique Collectible Vintage Optical Ophthalmic Items

Eye Surgery Archives - Antique Collectible Vintage Optical Ophthalmic Items

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://www.junkables.com/jimages/memproductimages/265/cocabottle.jpg

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://www.junkables.com/jimages/memproductimages/265/cocabottle.jpg

Simon Walker (yeah I know, I pinned this bottle before, but I've pinned it again for those tag images)

Simon Walker (yeah I know, I pinned this bottle before, but I've pinned it again for those tag images)

In May 1886, Atlanta pharmacist John S. Pemberton created a refreshing new drink served at Jacobs’ Pharmacy. It was a modest start to Coca-Colas existence, with around nine drinks a day sold during this first year. Company accountant Frank Robinson named the drink Coca-Cola, and thinking the two Cs would look well in advertising, penned the famous Spencerian script logo that is still printed on the cans today. http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Coca-Cola: in pictures

In May 1886, Atlanta pharmacist John S. Pemberton created a refreshing new drink served at Jacobs’ Pharmacy. It was a modest start to Coca-Colas existence, with around nine drinks a day sold during this first year. Company accountant Frank Robinson named the drink Coca-Cola, and thinking the two Cs would look well in advertising, penned the famous Spencerian script logo that is still printed on the cans today. http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

vintage apothecary bottles

vintage apothecary bottles

Conny Braam, a really cool lady who was chairman of the Dutch branch of the anti-Apartheid movement for 25 years, wrote a book about the Dutch cocaine factory, which was cranking out marching powder (literally) between 1900 and 1963. It also turns out...

HOLLAND WAS THE WORLD'S BIGGEST COKE MANUFACTURER

Conny Braam, a really cool lady who was chairman of the Dutch branch of the anti-Apartheid movement for 25 years, wrote a book about the Dutch cocaine factory, which was cranking out marching powder (literally) between 1900 and 1963. It also turns out...

HEMABOLOIDS: (Arseniated with Strychnine) was used to treat anaemia (low red blood cell count). It contained 17% alcohol & small amounts of arsenious acid (containing arsenic) & strychnine, both of which are highly toxic in larger doses.

HEMABOLOIDS: (Arseniated with Strychnine) was used to treat anaemia (low red blood cell count). It contained 17% alcohol & small amounts of arsenious acid (containing arsenic) & strychnine, both of which are highly toxic in larger doses.

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