Plaster designed as a counter irritant

Made:
1860-1869 in Paris
inventor:
Reboulleau
maker:
Le Perdriel, Ch

Specimen jar containing counter-irritant plaster made with root of Thapsia garganica, associated with inventor Dr. Reboulleau and A. Aynyot, with advertisement for the product from the pharmacy of Ch. Le Perdriel, rue Saint-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie 54, Paris, France, 1849 (invented)-1860s.

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Category:
Materia Medica & Pharmacology
Object Number:
A668653
Materials:
jar, glass, plaster, cloth
type:
specimen jar

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