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Eye water.

Eye water.

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.

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.

Dr. Isaac Thompson's Celebrated Eye Water claimed to give   relief in all instances of "sore eyes" (1880-1900). Bottle sealed in paper wrapper, cont 10% alcohol, 1 1/2 grains of opium, zinc sulphate, rose water.

Dr. Isaac Thompson's Celebrated Eye Water claimed to give relief in all instances of "sore eyes" (1880-1900). Bottle sealed in paper wrapper, cont 10% alcohol, 1 1/2 grains of opium, zinc sulphate, rose water.

This preparation contained 45% alcohol with the first doses to be given to children at the age of 2 years old. Alcholol containing preparations were obviously very popular.

This preparation contained 45% alcohol with the first doses to be given to children at the age of 2 years old. Alcholol containing preparations were obviously very popular.

Laudanum, Edward D. Depew  Co., about 1880-1900: Laudanum, a solution of opium and alcohol, was commonly used as a painkiller and a sedative in 19th- and early 20th-century America. In large doses it could also be used as a poison, and figured in several notorious murder cases. Dosage Instructions: Three months old - 2 drops One year old - 4 drops Four years old - 6 drops Ten years old - 14 drops Twenty years old - 25 drops Adult - 30 drops

Laudanum, Edward D. Depew Co., about 1880-1900: Laudanum, a solution of opium and alcohol, was commonly used as a painkiller and a sedative in 19th- and early 20th-century America. In large doses it could also be used as a poison, and figured in several notorious murder cases. Dosage Instructions: Three months old - 2 drops One year old - 4 drops Four years old - 6 drops Ten years old - 14 drops Twenty years old - 25 drops Adult - 30 drops

Alcohol and Opium

Alcohol and Opium

Vintage China labels

Vintage China labels

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Lunsford Richardson developed the formula in 1905 when he created a salve for his children, after traveling to France. He named the product for his brother-in-law Dr. Joshua Vick.  A Penn State study showed Vicks VapoRub to be effective for helping cough and congestion, and helping children and even adults sleep as well as an effective cough medicine for guinea pigs.

Lunsford Richardson developed the formula in 1905 when he created a salve for his children, after traveling to France. He named the product for his brother-in-law Dr. Joshua Vick. A Penn State study showed Vicks VapoRub to be effective for helping cough and congestion, and helping children and even adults sleep as well as an effective cough medicine for guinea pigs.