This 6 fluid ounce bottle of Rawleigh's Spasmodic Colic Compound contained
9.43% Fluid Extract Cannabis Sativa among its list of ingredients.
This product is directed at treating horses and mules, and provides instructions
on what to do if consumed by a person.
Although POISON is listed on many medicines from this era, the ingredients
in this product would not be life-threatening if consumed by a human.
Pratts Veterinary Colic Remedy *Trademarked*
PRICE 50 CENTS
Don't risk the life of a valuable horse by cheap, unreliable medicines.
Always ask for the Old Reliable: -- Pratts Veterinary Colic Remedy.
Alcohol Not over 60 percent
Cannabis Indica 12 1/2 percent
Chloroform 25 percent
This bottle contained two fluid ounces of colic remedy, and was enough for two doses.
A mark about half way on the back label shows the line of measurement for dosing.
The ordinary protocol would be to mix half the bottle of colic remedy with a pint of water,
shake well, and then pour the mixture over the affected animal immediately.
Although the box suggest no more than 60 percent alcohol, the back label notes 60 1/2 percent alcohol.