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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."
W.H. Mullen's Hornets Nest Liniment: 66% alcohol, also contains choloroform and opium. To be used for cramp, colic, diarrhea, toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism, sore throat, croup, coughs, colds, asthma, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, burises, sprains, sores, burns, cuts, stings of insects, corns, chilblains, & frostbite. Cost: 50 cents.
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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.