Green liquid medicine taken in 1950's?
- 9 Jun 2010 by bigapplegal
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Trying to identify the green liquid prescription medicine that was administered in the mid 1950's to a 5 year old child with stomach cramps
13 Jun 2010
I have no idea. Medicine prescribed now has changed dramatically to what was prescribed in the 1950's . If you really want to know your best bet is to find an older pharmacist - maybe in one of those Mom and Pop stores and see if they remember.
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