19th Century Phototherapy Helmet.
1800's Pharmaceutical Medical Glass Bottle of Dr. McMunn's Elxiir of Opium. In the 18th and 19th century opium was legal.
Antique Optometrist Trial Lens Frames
☞ MD ☆☆☆ The Kilacold chlorine bomb was a teardrop-shaped glass ampoule containing 0.35g of chlorine gas. The patient had to break the end off to allow the gas to permeate the air of a closed room and, according to the advertising, their cold would disappear within an hour. The treatment was also promoted for flu, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis and for diphtheria carriers, but was not recommended for people with asthma. The bombs cost 29c each at Walgreens in 1925.