Health follies

Pharmacy historian Ralph Tapping has been looking into some of the questionable treatments sold in pharmacy in the recent past  Laudanum and other preparations containing tincture of opium, for example as in Chlorodyne, were able to be sold over-the-counter in pharmacy up until the 1960s—and were very useful remedies. However, they had to be rescheduled

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