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Bayer Heroin bottle, 1898-1910

An excerpt from our upcoming Podshow™️ on drug history and it’s worldwide effects on humanity and the global environment.

Throughout WW I, the German company Bayer was involved in the production and development of various chemical weapons. In 1914, Bayer manufactured dianisidine chlorosulfate for use in 105 mm artillery shell, intended as a lung irritant against British forces.


Bayer’s assets, including the rights to its name and trademarks, were confiscated in the United States, Canada and several other countries.[1]In the United States and Canada, Bayer’s assets and trademarks, including the well-known Bayer cross, were acquired by Sterling Drug, a predecessor of Sterling Winthrop and were not reclaimed until 1994.


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