Each fluid ounce of this corn treatment contained 71 minims of
Fluid Extract Cannabis Indica. A minim is the equivalent of one
drop from a standard dropper. Standard droppers dispense
approximately 600 drops per fluid ounce.
"Manufactured for the Chamberlain Medicine Co. in Des Moines, Iowa"
This Handy Corn Plaster contained 43 3/4 grains of Extract Cannabis Indica in each ounce, and was guaranteed under the Food and Drugs Act of 1906, like many other Cannabis medicines at the time.
A remedy claiming treatment for corns, bunions,
callouses, warts, moles and similar conditions.
Each fluid ounce contained approximately 48 grains
of Cannabis Indica Extract. This particular bottle is
approximately 10mL or 1/3 of a fluid ounce and
would have contained approximately 16 grains of
Cannabis Indica Extract.
The contents include 2% Cannabis Indica in a 25% alcohol base.
Mitchell's Corn Liquid
Cannabis Indica 2% Alcohol 25%
A painless and speedy remedy for HARD and SOFT CORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, ETC.
DIRECTIONS - Apply night and morning with glass rod attached to cork for 4 or 5 days then soak the feet in hot water to remove corn.
Keep tightly corked when not in use.
C.W. MITCHELL & CO.
353 Atlantic Ave., opposite Revere Beach and Lynn Station, Boston, Mass.
Another remedy to treat corns and bunions, this one containing
10% Cannabis Indica, manufactured in Portland, Maine.
Two ingredients are listed on the box
Salicylic Acid 20%
Cannabis Indica 10%
The Hilton Drug Store was located at 129 Congress Street in Portland, Maine
during the 1920s. Theara Hilton and her husband ran the operation and lived
above the drug store for many years.