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Cocaine Cola
By alastarik (Translasted by Minizyl) - Sept. 20, 2010   


Cocaine was an ingredient of Coca-Cola until 1929.

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At the end of the XIXth century, cocaine was popular, and it was widely added in cigars, cigarettes, chewing gums or some drinks such as wines and… Coca-Cola.

In 1902, the proportion of cocaine in Coca-Cola was reduced to 1/400 of a grain per ounce of syrup, but it was not until 1929 that it was completely removed from the formulation.

Source:

Snopes – Cocaine-cola


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Omar
Omar - Jan. 24, 2012 - 19:49 - (link to the comment)

Nope, Coca-Cola syrup used to consist of extracts from the Coca-plant snd the Cola-plant.
That's the reason why the drink is named Coca-Cola.
Cocaine comes from the cocaine-plant, also called the coca-plant, while the cola-plant is a type of bush/tree with many nuts.
In other words, I think that Coca-Cola does not come from an opium-plant.