Pharmacy: Combination Tablets : The Pharmacists Own Cures and Mixtures
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Medicine Bottle
Combination Tablets
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Large mouth–blown glass bottle with a white label that reads, "Tablet Trinturates/ H.C.69". Made by Otis Clapp & Son and distributed by C.A. Dimon in Philadelphia. Notably, each side of the label reads, "The use of homeophathic medicines in combinations is controversial, although long established". This label represents the time where homeopathic treatments were being discounted by medical doctors, and many homeopathic companies were closed down.

Ingredients include of this bottle include:
Ignatia: or, "St. Ignatius' Bean". Has been long used to treat symptons such as pain, moodiness, depression and anxiety, and for a time was used to treat hysteria.
Asafoetida: was popularly used as an aid in digestive problems and constipation. In the early 20th century, however, it was a popular cure for the Spanish Influenza. It was put in small bags that hung around one's neck to stave off the disease.
Nux Moschata: or, "nutmeg". Commonly used to treat digestive issues, dry mouth, pain relief, and to combat sleepiness.
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