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Painkiller - one of the most popular drinks in the Caribbean with dark rum, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, orange juice and nutmeg..

from Mind Globe

3 Inspirational Celebrities that have Overcome their Addiction

Carrie Fisher is an actress and writer. She’s known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars franchise, reprising her role in the most recent Star Wars film in 2015. Fisher has been very open about her past with addiction and has talked about it in her memoir, Wishful Drinking, as well as opening up about it in a number of interviews. Sober since 2007, she has expressed issues with alcohol, prescription painkillers, cocaine, and has been in and out of drug and alcohol rehab since she…

American Gilded Age era Medicine: Landanum, solution of Opium and Alcohol used as a painkiller and sedative. c.1880's - c.1890's. Edward D. Depew and Co. - 14 & 16 Harrison St., New York. ~ {cwl} ~ (Smithsonian)


The Kowalski's drink alcohol in many scenes in the story. Like in scene 3 when Stanley and his friend go bowling and when they play poker.


Scott Newman (1950 - 1978) was an actor and stuntman, and Paul Newman’s only son. Scott suffered a motorcycle accident in the fall of 1978, and was taking painkillers to ease the discomfort of his injuries. However, in Los Angeles on the night of November 19, he took a fatal dose of valium with alcohol and other drugs. An ambulance was called, but Newman was pronounced dead on arrival, the official verdict being an accident


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10 Crucial Things New Orleans Had First

New Orleans was the first place that validated the practice of prescription, and the painkillers were often custom blends of alcohol. America’s first officially licensed pharmacist was New Orleans-born Louis J. Dufilho, Jr., and his apothecary on 514 Chartes in the French Quarter (the country’s first legitimate one), is now the site of the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, which showcases vintage wares and boasts a killer courtyard.