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Sanatogen

    • Sanatogen was a "brain tonic" invented by the Bauer Chemical Company, in Germany in 1898 and sold worldwide
    • In the US it was advertised as a "nerve revitaliser"
    • The medicine was prohibited in Australia in 1915 during World War I and a British-made substitute "Sanagen" was introduced to the Australian market the following year, claiming to be "identical to Sanatogen"
    • The product became fashionable in China in the early 20th century and won the favour of many renowned people