In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Doctors in those days prescribed mustard poultices or the like and Mother knew all about those.
- Her mantle cavity's obviously infected, but those poultices you put on the wounds have probably kept her from dying.
- Sunday was spent applying more unctions, lotions and poultices than any sane person should ever need.
- Home remedies consisting of poultices, eye irrigations, teas, etc., are liberally provided and described in detail.
- Over the next two hours she concocted potions to relieve the pain, creams to help the healing, and a poultice to reduce the swelling.
- The healers have their bandages and their poultices, their medicine and their skill.
- Such practitioners, known as curanderos, use herb teas and poultices, traditional exercises, incantations, and magical touching to heal.
- In Java, poultices of the herb are applied to old sores, scurvy, and other skin conditions.
- She worked quickly, applying several salves, and then a poultice.
- Believing himself capable of curing his affliction with poultices and antiseptics, he had only delayed the inevitable visit to the doctor's office.
- You can also use fresh mustard leaves as a poultice.
- Bandages and poultices covered the burn, and provided enough relief from the pain that she could function normally again.
- A poultice of unknown contents was applied to the area, with subsequent development of the mass.
- Turmeric can also be applied topically in poultices to relieve pain and inflammation.
- Michael insisted on taking care of that himself, bandaging a poultice of herbs over the injury every morning.
- He beckoned, then pointed at the poultice, and was relieved when the fledgling crawled over with no sign of either suspicion or fear.
- Massage oils, poultices, steam inhalations, sitz, hand, body and foot baths, gargles and room sprays are the most common methods of administration.
- My hand traveled down my side and discovered the padding that had been secured to the wound; a rank stench told me that they had used a poultice to keep the infectious humors at bay.
- Add a drop of lavender essential oil, and make a detoxifying poultice or mask.
- She knows a lot about herbs and poultices and all that, mostly from her mother, who was a Druid.
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