Reproduction of a meth ampoule with a wooden transport box and a leaflet about side effects used during the Second World War, mainly in the medical sphere. Pervitin could be bought freely during the Second World War in a pharmacy. Pervitin was dispensed to German soldiers to increase performance and travel long distances.
Later, free sales were banned and intended only on prescription, as during the Second World War it was found that soldiers have great power, but also fall asleep uncontrollably for several hours to several days (when the body replenished energy) which was ineffective in terms of subsequent fighting.
The transport wood box with ampoule can be used mainly for field doctors as well as for soldiers to support performance.
- TUBE- only ampoule
- SET- ampoule with transport box and leaflet
!Ampoule comes empty. This product is not intended to promote the use of any drug and is intended to enhance the authentic appearance of exhibitions and reenactment events!