Here is an old ad for Dr. Tichenor's Antiseptic, an antiseptic sold in the South Louisiana and Mississippi area, including the label. The Confederate theme came from the fact that it was first developed during the Civil War by a Confederate soldier. Nowadays, sadly, it has a rather plain label.
While it was specifically marketed as an antiseptic, some people drank it as an inexpensive drink or as a way to dodge prohibition laws in some dry counties in Mississippi. In Louisiana, it was regarded merely as a panacea of sorts.
The old radio ads featured a faux Cajun Pete singing jingles like,
"Since he gargled him with Tichenor's,
His voice you cannot drown.
Good ole Dr. Tichenor's,
Best antiseptic in town." This product still has surprising ads: