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Antique Cocaine Dish  Something seems of with this. Who could possibly want to keep their addiction so out in the open? But then it was probably used as some kind of medicin in the 19th century, afterall Opium was and see how well that turned out

Cocaine was legal in the US until 1914 - would make a cheeky sugar jar :)

OMG! Enlarge this old BQR cold medicine bottle & read the ingredients. The first two are alcohol and CHLOROFORM! and like the 4th ingredient is Syrup of Ipecac.  wow.

For cold discomforts. Enlarge this old BQR cold medicine bottle & read the ingredients. The first two are alcohol and CHLOROFORM! and like the ingredient is Syrup of Ipecac.

Antique Upjohn medical item: creosote and iodine tablets...chocolate-covered!  Used to treat "consumption", better known today as tuberculosis.        Pills were tiny since creosote could only be given in small doses. (from my personal collection)

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.

Americans were said to be particularly prone to neurasthenia, which resulted in the nickname "Americanitis"[2] (popularized by William James[citation needed]). Another, rarely used, term for neurasthenia is nervosism.[3]

must cure the wearing of loud Hawaiian shirts & sandals while on vacation and cooking squirrel & raccoon on the BBQ.

Spine in a Jar...disturbing, yet somehow completely amazing

Preserved spinal cord and nerve structures.U Got Some NERVE

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