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The german Wikipedia has a bit about this. In short: No - it was illegal in WWI. And during the Nazis it was deadly.
In medieval France at least, the occupation of apothecary was severely restricted by law and required a licence to be lawful (such licences appeared first in Montpellier in the 12th century, probably under the influence of the then famous academy of medicine established there then spread in the rest of France). These licences typically incorporated a ...
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