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    oh wow. wonder what the other ingredients were?!

    Vintage medicine

    WHY GREAT GRANDMA HAD SUCH A HAPPY CHILDHOOD! - COCAINE LACED MEDICINE!

    Contained one grain (65 mg) of morphine per fluid ounce, cannabis, heroin, powdered opium. These active ingredients were used to relieve a child's teething discomfort along with other ailments. Removed from the market in 1938 after 89 years of service.

    Whiskey Vending Machine

    The good old days of mid-century psychiatry

    The Boob Washer - Here we have a strange gizmo for women, who for some reason incomprehensible for the rest of us, wanted to wash their breasts without the inconvenience of washing the rest of the body.

    Cube Morphine, 1902

    Dr Young's Rectal Dilators

    Chinese foot binding - the toes were broken and folded under the foot.

    I have a list, a rather long list.

    It’s July 1954; a hot day. A man arrives at Tokyo airport in Japan. He’s of Caucasian appearance and conventional-looking. But the officials are suspicious. On checking his passport, they see that he hails from a country called Taured. The passport looked genuine, except for the fact that there is no such country as Taured – well, at least in our dimension. The man is interrogated, and asked to point out where his country supposedly exists on a map. He immediately points his finger towards t…

    Cure for Drunks! Bogg's Tawny Port #cocaine vintage medicine label #quackMedicine

    Cannabis Cough Syrups

    First Wal-Mart ad..how far they've come. Gotta wonder what Mr. Walton would think of it now.

    TRAIN YOUR WIFE vintage poster. ** Will be back in a moment, have to pick myself up off the floor and catch my breath from laughing so hard--

    Prohibition infograph

    Victorian flirting

    1965 gift...we've come a long way!

    In homes with usually only one room, the box-bed allowed some privacy and helped keep people warm during winter. It was the main furniture of rural houses in Brittany until the 20th century.

    cure.