PE-RU-NA which was comprised of up to 28% alcohol, water, burnt sugar for coloring and cubeb (a tropical southeast Asian shrubby vine (Piper cubeba) having spicy, berrylike fruits used for flavoring). Signs Posters Ads, For All, Vintage Medical, Bon Pour, C These Good, Vintage Ads, Vintage Advertising
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Paregoric (opium) Alcohol: 40 per cent Opium: 1 13 - 16 grams per oz. Dose: 3 days old: 3 drops - One week old: 5 drops - 1 month old: 8 drops - 1 year old: 15 drops - 5 years old: 25 drops - Adults: one dessert spoon full. I remember getting this for GI upset as a child.
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Antique Patent Medicine bottle (empty) DILL MEDICINE Co. All-Original, embossed w/ label, in box, w/ OPIUM Ingredient. Over 100 year old- Bottle has full label on fourth side panel that reads in part, "DILL'S - BATEMAN DROPS / 49% ALCOHOL ... OPIUM 2 GR. PER FL. OZ. ... for pain of stomach and abdomen ... THE DILL MEDICINE CO. NORRISTOWN, PA."
1910 Foley's Pain Relief Medicine Bottle. The liniment made by Foley & Co around the turn of the century in Chicago, Ill. It was heavily advertised as a "miracle cure" internally for colic, diarrhoea (sp) and bowel complaints and externally as a liniment. used for rheumatic and neuralgic pains, lame back, lumbago, swellings, bruises, sprains, chilblains, frost bites, sore throat, tooth aches etc. main ingredient alcohol (50%) and 36 grains chloroform per ounce. 1906-1910.