Keeley cureMedical history
A treatment for alcoholism and other addictions that was promulgated in the late 19th century by an American physician, Leslie E Keeley (1834–1900). Keeley’s remedies were packaged in triangular bottles, contained trace amounts of gold and marketed as therapies for drunkenness, opium habit and neurasthenia.
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