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Diarrhea a Diarrhea will end if a glass of soda pop with an asprin inside is drunk.
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Cancer In summer fresh and in winter dry stinging nettles are boiled and drunk as tea every morning before breakfast. Parotitis The patient eats red halvah a sweet prepared with sesame oil, various cereals and syrup and fat is rubbed on the ears. Swollen stomach A mixture of vinegar and bran is heated, and the stomach covered with the mixture.
Calcification The patient uses fish oil for calcified areas. Earache A little leek water is poured into the ear. Dog Bites The bite is covered with a bread poultice.
Stomachache a The patient drinks milk with honey. Eczema a Eggplant is cooked in hot ashes and mixed with powdered henna. The ointment is placed on the affected area and covered with a clean towel. Shortness of Breath a Stingling nettle tea is drunk every day. A small hole is opened in the radish and a cup put under it. The patient eats the honey that flows out after waiting for a night.
Coughs a The patient drinks a spoonful of honey mixed with a spoonful of lemon juice every morning for a few days. Heat Rash Dry cat tail is heated and the ashes rubbed onto the affected parts of the body. Rheumatism a The patient eats a mixture of mashed chestnuts and sugar. Once the temparature of the water has gone down to an appropriate level, the patient climbs inside the cauldron and waits for an hour. This application is repeated for a few days. The patient climbs inside the cauldron and remains in it for an hour. He repeats this procedure for a few days.
Hair For healthy hair and to avoid baldness, vine stems are chopped in the spring time. The liquid that drips from these stems is collected in a bottle and the hair washed with it. Jaundice The patient's forehead or chest is scratched with a razor blade.
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Backache a A strong massage is applied using a cup. This is covered with a perforated newspaper and a towel, and the patient spends the night like this. The operation is frequently repeated. Malaria A small herb with pink flowers known as "malaria weed" is boiled and drunk as tea.