'Good Morning' lung tonic, late 20th century.
Collection of drugs from India. Glass bottle of Kulzam with a stopper and metal foil wrapper, boxed with instructions and plastic pipette; 14 small pills of Agrikuma rasa in a sealable plastic bag; tin of 100 Habb-e-kabid Noshadari pills used for indigestion; 250g plastic bottle of Chyawanprash, a health tonic, with separate instructions; 50ml glass bottle with a metal screw top containing Larzine, a malaria treatment, in a box; 45 tablets of Dolabi in a container inside a plastic wrapped box; 12g glass bottle with plastic screw cap containing Lauh Bhasma, boxed with instructions; 20 small black pills of Gokshuradiguggal in a sealable plastic bag; 22 yellow tablets of Lyndiol in a foil backed plastic sachet, boxed with instructions; 25ml glass bottle with metal screw cap containing Infuza, boxed with instructions; small glass jar with a metal screw top containing Amrutanjan, a 'pain balm', boxed with instructions and a small glass phial of Amritdhara with a stopper and seal, boxed with instructions.
- Currently on display in:
- The Science and Art of Medicine
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