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Eli Lilly’s Pills
Amyl nitrite pills

Origin

Eli Lilly

Type

Pills

Effects

Can temporarily cure sickness and injury

Downsides

Magnetic attraction to emulsions and other soft solids

Activation

Donating money

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Telesphorus-474U

Aisle

942344-2748

Shelf

648120-2922-458

Date of Collection

June 4, 1891

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OriginEdit

Eli Lilly was a Union soldier who went into the pharmaceuticals business after the war ended. His company manufactured and sold drugs wholesale to other pharmacies, making his family a fortune. Two of the early advances he pioneered were creating gelatin capsules to hold medicine and fruit flavoring for liquid medicines. Lilly donated large sums of his wealth to charity for children’s hospitals. He also advocated federal regulation of drugs and use of doctor given prescriptions.

EffectsEdit

Made by his pharmaceutical line, each pill is coated with a layer of gelatin for easy swallowing. When the user donates away money, the pill will cure any ailment, although it can return. While affected, the user will experience emulsions and other soft semi-solids (toothpaste, ketchup, pudding, clay, etc.) being attracted to them, like the gelatin forms a magnetic field.

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