A Cure for Broken Hearts: Medieval European Pharmacy's Antidote to Heartbreak

by Tanya Thomas on  February 15, 2010 at 10:49 AM Lifestyle News
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 A Cure for Broken Hearts: Medieval European Pharmacy's Antidote to Heartbreak
You may not believe it but there does exist a cure for heartbreaks - a pharmacy in Estonia, which opened its doors in 1422, claims to have a wonder drug for those who've lost the battle of love.

The Raeapteek drug store, in the capital of Tallinn, alleges one dose of its almond-based concoction, priced at just one euro, can fix the "love pain".

"Since the Middle Ages a special marzipan prescription has been prepared and sold here for the heart to relieve the pain of love," the Telegraph quoted Ulle Noodapera, a pharmacist at the drug, as saying.he added: "We keep making the special marzipan because the need for such a medicine has continued over the centuries, and patients with symptoms of love pain keep turning up seeking the cure."

Source: ANI

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