Helonia vaginal tablets with opium. These were inserted into the vagina to cure the embarrassing problem of Leukorrhea, vulgarly known as "the whites." It refers to vaginal discharge, which is usually normal, but not appreciated in olden days.
Antique Upjohn medical item: chocolate-coated creosote and iodine tablets. Used to treat "consumption", better known today as tuberculosis. Pills were tiny since creosote could only be given in small doses.
Sandoz Pharmaceuticals L. (ACID) UCLA Testing/Research Trial bottle. The bottle itself is a very crude, early ABM bottle, mold seem go's all the way up through the lip, also has LSD printed/pressed in the top of cork. Very Neat Bottle!