Heroin – Medical uses: Antique Heroin

Antique Heroin. Medical uses.

Antique Heroin – In the late 1800s heroin was an over-the-counter medicine until 1914 when it could only be used with a prescription. Heroin was later banned for medicinal use in 1924 – Often advertised as a cough suppressant / Retronaut

Antique Heroin – In the late 1800s heroin was an over-the-counter medicine until 1914 when it could only be used with a prescription. Heroin was later banned for medicinal use in 1924 – Often advertised as a cough suppressant / Retronaut

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