Diplosal, Thyreoidin Poehl, Digipuratum

Pharmaceutical drugs

In our small museum's four rooms with a total size of around 150 sq.m. (1,615 sq.ft.) pharmaceutical drugs play the main part as they connect the patient, doctor and pharmacist.
Our goal is to show drugs and their evolution over time; from handmade suppositories following historic recipes, gold plated pills for the 17th century’s VIPs and plasters that bear little resemblance with the product you would buy in a modern pharmacy, to modern powder inhalers for patients suffering from asthma, transdermal patches to treat high blood pressure or high-tech tablets capable of retarding drug release.