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)
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HEMABOLOIDS: (Arseniated with Strychnine) was used to treat anaemia (low red blood cell count). It contained 17% alcohol & small amounts of arsenious acid (containing arsenic) & strychnine, both of which are highly toxic in larger doses.