Fact or myth: Coca-Cola used to contain cocaine?
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FACT! At its very inception it contained cocaine, thus the name Coke or coca.
True. My grandpa used to drink 2 six-packs a day when he was a kid. And he's the one that told me it contained cocaine.
Yes and I think its still in mine because I always feel high after drinking the stuff. Just gonna open another can "Cheers"
Fact. In the later 1800 and early 1900 it contains a trace. Now, it is cocaine-free.
Yes, back in the late 1800's the drink gets its name from cocaine. Cocaine was legal during this time, with Sigmund Freud being addicted to cocaine.
Doctor tells us to STOP drinking Coca-Cola for health's sake but I know many out there cannot quit because it is very addictive, like the Computer
That's what I hear.
Based on what I experienced after drinking lots of Coca-cola that I couldn't get to sleep until morning.
From what I hear and have read, yes it is a fact. Coke was made from the coca shrub (leaf) and cola nut. It was also advertised for its "medicinal" abilities. At some point, they [coca-cola] went from using fresh coca leaves to "spent" coca leaves. (Cocaine removed). That’s what I have read anyway.
True, hence the name
Total Answers: 11, Total Page Views: 1,767.True; also, Cocaine's slang was' Lady" and thus the feminine curvature of the bottle.
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