In a small town in Georgia in 1920, an American icon was born. That year, a pharmacist in Griffin, Georgia, developed a cough and cold syrup called Creomulsion. A group of investors in Atlanta, forty miles to the north, learned of his formula and arranged, through contacts at Coca-Cola, for a chemist to test it. The test proved Creomulsion to be a highly effective cough medicine, and so, that October, the investors founded Creomulsion Company. The product was manufactured at a plant in Griffin and moved rapidly toward national distribution, supported by ads in daily and weekly newspapers. By 1925, Creomulsion was available in drug stores alongside brands like Scotts Emulsion, Rem, Pinex, Father John's, Percussion, Foleys, Bells Pine Tar & Honey and Ayers Cherry Pectoral. In 1954, Creomulsion for Children was introduced. is proud to carry the entire range of this fine brand.