When this lung tonic began to be sold in New Zealand in 1911 it came with a pamphlet that described the medicine as containing no opiates. This was a response to the increasing public concern and legislative restrictions against the use of opiates and other drugs in patent medicines.
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Photograph by Claire Le Couteur
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