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

Cocaine was an ingredient of Coca-Cola until 1929.


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.


Snopes – Cocaine-cola

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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.