Vintage SEARLE Package of DRAMAMINE Tablets from Mexico exp 1952. Vintage 1950s McKesson Pumice Jar Nearly Full by CapricornOneEphemera, $5.00. 523-87-5 Trade Name Manufacturer Country Year Introduced Dramamine Searle US 1949 Dramamine Searle France 1957 Dramocen Central US 1977 Dimate. Albert L. Raymond, 87, a biochemist, was senior vice president and director of research for G.D. Searle & Co. when it developed dramamine. G.D. Searle, LLC is a wholly owned trademark of Pfizer. It is currently used mainly as a It is also known for its release of the first bulk laxative, Metamucil, in 1934; Dramamine, for motion sickness; the COX-2 inhibitors Celebrex and Bextra.
Each 5 mL DRAMAMINE Liquid contains 15,6 mg dimenhydrinate and 5 8.7 mm in diameter, scored on one side and “Searle”above 72 stamped on the other. Originally marketed by G.
D. Searle in 1949, Dramamine was sold to Procter & Gamble in 1985, and was in turn sold to Upjohn in 1991, and to.