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- The following one was practised in this locality in the last generation.
The father of the child that had the disease would set opposite the child and would cause the breath of a gander to blow down the child's throat.
The gander would be separated from the rest of the flock the night before-hand, and placed under a tub or basket. In the morning he would be taken out, and the father would put the bill of the gander in the child's mouth and then squeeze it so that the gander would breathe down the throat of the child.
This should be done three mornings in succession.Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.