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old vintage soviet medical device - glass hypodermic syringe, with additional glass tube - 5 ml, in box made in USSR in 80-th

old vintage soviet medical device - glass hypodermic syringe, with additional glass tube - 5 ml, in box made in USSR in

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An early century to about veterinary medicine bottle intended for use on livestock, i. a "Home Treatment for Horses and Cattle".The label notes it is "Guaranteed under Food and Drugs Act of indicating it was produced during the date range noted.

Parecoric bottle 1740 - 1800 Parecoric is tincture of Opium. My mom gave us this for stomach problems.

Paregoric bottle 1740 - 1800 Paregoric is camphorated tincture of opium. I can remember that when I was a kid in the we had a bottle of this, high up in the cabinet. It smelled awful.

c1930s Clinic Brand Isopropyl Bathing Alcohol Compound Macey Co. Boston, Mass., Labeled Medicine Bottle

c1930s Clinic Brand Isopropyl Bathing Alcohol Compound Macey Co. Boston, Mass., Labeled Medicine Bottle

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I imagine the house would contain vintage medicine bottles like this because the mother is very oblivious and stuck in the past

gargling oil? Did you notice the alcohol content..uh huh :))

Fanmis Luxury Iced Out Pave Floating Crystal Quartz Calendar Rose Gold Stainless Steel Watch

Clear glass jar containing Dragon’s Blood used in the pharmacy of a mental health hospital, Victoria, Australia, circa 1900. Dragon’s blood is a red resin prepared from fruits of climbing palms (Daemonorops draco). Used medicinally for the treatment of diarrhoea and severe syphilis source:  Museum Victoria

Summary: “Clear glass jar containing Dragon’s Blood used in the pharmacy of a mental health hospital, Victoria, Australia, circa Dragon’s blood is a red resin prepared from fruits of climbing.

Leech Jar

Old-fashioned Victorian leech jars. Leeches were used during the Victorian era for bloodletting. They were prescribed for almost every ailment, from melancholy (depression) to headaches to infections.

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