In 1865, Fleetwood pharmacist James Lofthouse developed a menthol and eucalyptus liquid for fishermen to take with them on stormy and freezing trips into the North Atlantic. This liquid delivered instant relief from problems caused by the prolonged exposure to hostile conditions. Due to the difficulty of taking the liquid in glass bottles onto choppy high seas, James makes a lozenge from the liquid that the fishermen can take instead. Fisherman’s Friend remains a family business, producing over 5 billion lozenges a year.
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