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Fungi research receptacle The Research case of one Lubomierz Pawlowski, Polish born Naturalist, his work focused on the study of fungi, traveled the world learning from native tribes who have come to regard this species as a source of both potent medicine and psychoactive substances. A wonderful cavalcade of specimens, samples, illustrations and apparatus, pertaining to the study, classification and ingestion of said mushrooms.

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real. simple. snake oil.

Snake Oil for what ails you! "Cures headache, neuralgia, toothache, earache, backache, swellings, sprains, sore chest, swelling of the throat, contracted cords and muscles, stiff joints, wrenches, dislocations, cuts and bruises."

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'This chest was chosen as as the front cover illustration on Anne Young's definitive book "Antique Medicine Chests". It is a superb example of a cupboard style mahogany chest c.1860. A rod on the upper right of the front opens a hidden panel in the rear of the chest. Bottles labeled "Taylor Bros Cavendish Square London".'

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Here Are 24 Photos From The Past That Prove It Was Absolutely INSANE. #3 Is Just... OMG.

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Victorian apothercary i need my medicine cabinet to look like this..i can say'I'll just check the apothercary....'

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Victorian syringe case for cocaine by Science Museum London. An interesting article on the Addictive History of Medicine is here, mentioning Holmes, of course.

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vintage drugstore medicine bottles & pill boxes, antique medicine cabinet pharmacy - Google zoeken

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