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No-To-Bac

1896
Maxfield Parrish, American, 1870 - 1966
No-To-Bac was a chewing gum containing licorice, gentian, guaiac, and a salt (possibly ammonium chloride). The pleasant, soothing effect may have provided a temporary distraction from smoking but would not have cured the habit....

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