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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.

1885- John Stith Pemberton invents Pemberton's French Wine Coca, flavored with African kola nut, which, along with Peruvian coca, acts as a stimulant.  When Atlanta bans alcohol, Pemberton will replace the wine base with carbonated water & add orange blossoms & vanilla to make Coca-Cola.

1885- John Stith Pemberton invents Pemberton's French Wine Coca, flavored with African kola nut, which, along with Peruvian coca, acts as a stimulant. When Atlanta bans alcohol, Pemberton will replace the wine base with carbonated water & add orange blossoms & vanilla to make Coca-Cola.

19c. COBALT BLUE APOTHECARY PHARMACY FACET CRYSTAL GLASS BOTTLE MORPHIUM ACETIC

Zebra Z-Grip Retractable Ballpoint Pen, 24 Pack, 1.0 mm, Black (12221

Triangular McCormick Bee Poison Bottle

Vintage COBALT BLUE Embossed Poison Bottle - Triangle McCORMICK BEE POISON

Civil War era bottle with label by Crystal M

Quinine was a natural painkiller and anti-inflammatory drug. It has a bitter taste and and comes as a powder which dissolves in water. From 1850 and onwards it was taken regularly to prevent diseases.

Apothecary vessel for storage of opium as a pharmaceutical, Germany, 18th or 19th century

From Wikiwand: Apothecary vessel for storage of opium as a pharmaceutical, Germany, or century

Pottery Barn Imitation Apothecary Jars (Knock Off FUN!!)

Pottery Barn Imitation Apothecary Jars (Knock Off FUN

Pottery Barn Imitation Apothecary Jars (Knock Off FUN!) - The Country Chic Cottage

once upon a time opium was a standard over-the-counter medicine "For relief of headache, pain, cramping, excitability, and women's discomforts." - Envers du Decor

~ Opium for relief of headache, pain, "excitability," “women’s discomforts.” alcohol and 3 grams of opium per ounce.

Vintage 1930's Humphreys Pain Medicine Bottles by OtterCreekAntiques, $26.95

Vintage 1930's Humphreys Pain Medicine Bottles by OtterCreekAntiques, $26.95

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