4 doctors weighed in:

Who discoverd hyoscine?

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Dr. David Chandler
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Prehistoric

Hyoscine is found naturally in the nightshade family of plants including belladonna, henbane, jimson weed, angel's trumpets, and corkwood.
They drug was apparently used as an intoxicant in prehistoric times by aborigines, as a poison by romans, and for medicinal purposes as written in ebers papyrus in egypt, in 1550 b.C. The drug is now used as a dilating eye drop and for sea sickness (patch).

In brief: Prehistoric

Hyoscine is found naturally in the nightshade family of plants including belladonna, henbane, jimson weed, angel's trumpets, and corkwood.
They drug was apparently used as an intoxicant in prehistoric times by aborigines, as a poison by romans, and for medicinal purposes as written in ebers papyrus in egypt, in 1550 b.C. The drug is now used as a dilating eye drop and for sea sickness (patch).
Dr. David Chandler
Dr. David Chandler
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Dr. James Pinke
Ophthalmology

In brief: Unknown

Google search says there is no specific name of person or people that discovered hyoscine.

In brief: Unknown

Google search says there is no specific name of person or people that discovered hyoscine.
Dr. James Pinke
Dr. James Pinke
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