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Metcalf's Coca Wine was one of a large number of cocaine-containing wines available on the market. All claimed medicinal effects, although they were undoubtedly consumed for their "recreational" value as well.” Coca wine contained 30 grains of Erythroxylum coca (from which Cocaine is made) per ounce of wine
Ad for Cube Morphine, published in American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record, 1900. - By 1900, use of narcotics was at its peak for both medical and non-medical purposes. Advertisements promoting opium- and cocaine-laden drugs saturated the newspapers; morphine seemed more easily obtainable than alcohol. New York Academy of Medicine
Quick Hit. Advertisements for cocaine and cocaine accessories from the 1970s and 1980s. Such drug accessory ads were made illegal in the US by the 1986 a Federal Drug Paraphernalia Statute in the Controlled Substances Act. To “sell, transport through the mail, transport across state lines, import, or export drug paraphernalia as defined” became a criminal act.