Answer: 7 Up
If you bought a bottle with the original 7 Up formulation, you received a small dose of lithium citrate – no different from the lithium that is used in psychiatric care to stabilize the mood of patients with bipolar disorder, mania or depression. Originally, more transparent, called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda", the inclusion of lithium was considered a solid selling point for the brand ̵
Did the creator of 7 Up, Charles Leiper Grigg, start with the purpose of medicating people? In fact, the inclusion of lithium in his drink is a side effect from where he set up the store. Certain locations around the world have sources of naturally occurring lithium-rich water, also known as & # 39; lithia water & # 39; mentioned. When he discovered the lithium in the St. Louis water source from which he drew, it was only natural that the public knew that his product contained the mood-enhancing agent and that the & # 39; Lithiated & # 39; was added to the name of the soda.  Bonus Trivia: Although there is no official origin story for the name "7 Up", the current holding company claims that it refers to the original seven main ingredients. One of the apocryphal stories is that the 7 in the name was a nod to the atomic weight of Lithium (rounded to an integer of 6.94).