In this Rhodesian troopiesong, he says "blue stone in my tea"
Is this the same as what was given to soldiers during national service to calm them down like an anti viagra?
My bold you mean the myth about Bromide in the cookhouse tea? Military myth puts lead in bromide's pencil › Dr Karl's Great Moments In Science (ABC Science)
snip "It was there that we heard from the regular army soldiers that 'someone' (whoever 'someone' was) put bromide in our food to keep our sexual libido well suppressed.
In his book Sex and the British, the author Paul Ferris refers to the use of bromide to reduce the sexual libido of soldiers. But once again, it's not true.
This myth that the new recruits are so virile that they need to be tamed and contained by drugs is a backhanded compliment to the soldiers."