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Warner's Safe Cure

Stomach Bitters

“A sure remedy for worms!” Gross Things About Hookworms: When Ancylostoma duodenal larvae are “filariform” (in the non-feeding infectious stage), they travel through the lungs. Aaannd…well, you DO cough them up when they’re in there. Sometimes you cough them out of your system, sometimes you cough them into your mouth and swallow them. When you swallow the worms you cough up, they get back into the intestines, where they want to be. When you cough them onto t

Vintage ad for eye salve.

Vintage Medical Poster Advertising Iron Pills to do things we now know Iron pills do not do.. ha ha

This one makes me laugh - he's totally going to BEAT the pain right out of you! <3 royalty free vintage photos

The Safest and Most Pleasant Preparation of Opium; Chemists Cocalac, Nourishing. Vitalizing.

Laudanum - Babies should be seen and not heard

Old Ads

Time for your daily dose, dear.... I wonder what else is in them........

.Malt-Nutrine - from PharmacyTechs.net

Merck Cocaine 1882.

it takes the edge off..

Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure, 1906-1908. From americanhistory.si.edu.

Because the funeral arrangements are so expensive, a body is sometimes placed in a temporary coffin. During this time, the family accumulates the necessary funds to pay for a proper funeral. Once the funds are raised, so is the dead. The Toraja genuinely believe that the dead are able to walk themselves to their new burial site. What we are seeing depicted in the picture is that the somewhat mummified corpse is removed from its temporary coffin and transported upright to the permanent site...

This is a sampling of prosthetics from the 1800 to the mid 1930s. It’s just a few of the many artifacts that can be found in our collection. Pictured above is a rare aluminum leg with flush aircraft rivets… A pair of early legs in the original box with label… an assortment of articulated hands… but most interesting are the original plaster, wax and wood hand models.

1940s Budweiser ad

You'll either be cured or dead of a drug overdose.

Aspironal Laboratorie’s Aspironal – Better Than Whiskey for Colds and Flu (1928)