Does anyone remember the 1950s Vitamin Zebrain Syrup? 3
I wonder if anyone remembers that vitamin syrup. If so, do you know what it is made of and / or what the ingredients are, especially the color of the food? In the 1950s, dyes were widely used in food colors, especially yellow. Does anyone know what Ine component is?
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I would love that! I had less flu and was healthier than anyone in high school. I wouldn't say it was just scratching, but I learned that at least for me liquid meds / vitamins have more effect on me than pills. I believe that between rapid absorption through the gums, less digestive activity in the stomach, and between absorption, the intellect seems to negate the benefits of these fluids.
I remember it very well! I had to take it every day because (1) I couldn't take pills) and (2) I just had arthritis fever and needed to take it. I wouldn't say it tastes good, but it's better than a chewable pill! I remember!
My grammar teacher recommended it to her mother because she still has bronchitis. It was in the mid-1980's and hard to find. But I remember it came in a bottle and it tasted really good. In fact, I still remember the later taste and the later taste.
But after a while I remember not being sick anymore. This thing is liquid gold. I'm going to look for them in my drinks but I'm a little skeptical of the ingredients they add up now. I will see again
I remember he was in his late 50's, and I remember he looked great as a kid! We are always healthy!
I remember well I called her from the sun and asked my mother, when is my sunny time?
I also remember running away from the bottle sometimes for fear of being caught. Maybe that's why I have it.
Very healthy in the 70's (my mother is 98 years old and still alive!)
Yes! We live in Ohio and we always get them in the winter. I like the taste! It looked like the liquid sun.