Boschee’s German Syrup was a common remedy for coughs, colds and consumption. It was most popular for its claim to "cure" consumption and any disease of the throat and lungs. Green's August Flower was prescribed for dyspepsia, indigestion and liver complaint. German Syrups were given to people for many ailments, but it was most popular for its "curing" of consumption and any disease of the throat and lungs.
G. G. Green's August Flower was also marketed to help digestion to enable thin, sickly people to gain weight. This pamphlet is full of testimonials of people who tried either remedy and praised the miraculous results. The advertisement did not mention the fact that Boschee's German syrup and Green's August Flower both contained morphine.
G.G. Green Firm, Woodbury, New Jersey