Clear glass shop round for Quinine, England, 1801–1850

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Clear glass shop round for Quinine, England, 1801–1850. This glass bottle was once on the shelves of the prominant English chemists Savory & Moore (active 1794–1992), who were based in London. The label shows that the amber liquid in the bottom is quinine. Quinine is used for pain relief and to prevent fevers and for a long time was the primary treatment for malaria. Contributors: Science Museum, London. Work ID: w3akggwz.

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