Here's a story about "the drug dealer to the stars"...
Dr. Max Jacobson fled Nazi Berlin in 1936 and set up a medical practice in New York on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The location couldn't have been more perfect. He catered to high-profile clients, including writers, musicians, entertainers, and powerful politicians. His rich and famous patients dubbed him "Miracle Max." The Secret Service code named him "Dr. Feelgood" because of his unorthodox medical treatments for President John F. Kennedy.
Jacobson was known for an elixir he created that he officially referred to as his "miracle tissue regenerator" or his "vitamin energy cocktail." He'd inject 30- to 50-mg shots of this mixture that rapidly melted away pain and made his patients feel elated with boundless energy. This mood-elevating therapy was supposedly a mix of amphetamines, hormones, animal organ cells, goat and sheep blood, enzymes, bone marrow, solubilized human placenta, painkillers, steroids, and multivitamins.