Last updated on: 4/16/2014 | Author: ProCon.org

Drug Ads Gallery, 1800s-2014

Drug Ads Gallery, 1800s-2014 – Explore advertisements for drugs such as Hamlin’s Wizard Oil (1890) for rheumatism, Bulgarian Herb Tea (1928) to prevent the flu, Andrews Liver Salt (1947) for “inner cleanliness,” Miltown (1968) for “battered parent syndrome,” Prolixin (1982) for drug compliance, and Provigil (2007) for shift work sleep disorder, as well as ads through the years for still-used drugs such as Ritalin and Thorazine.