Out of the depths of historic woo rises the ancient and leathery tobacco enema kit. Gaze with horror. Gaze!
Made by Evans & Co of London, this apparatus was used to revive people who were 'apparently dead', by making use of tobacco's stimulant qualities. The bellows were used to blow tobacco smoke up the rectum (or into the lungs) … Tobacco enemas were popular from the 17th to the early 19th century. [Source]
(via Richard Kadrey)