School: An Daingean, Cuinche

An Daingean, Co. an Chláir
Stiofán Mac Clúin Treasa Ní Chonmara
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0596, Page 066

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    31 -V -38 hot.
    Locill -a plant found in springs.
    Boiled lemons.
    The white of an egg.
    Put a few drops of turpentine in a lump of sugar and eat it.
    The bark of an ash tree boiled in milk
    A poultice of hot bran put around the neck .
    A poultice of boiled turnip put around the neck.
    Gargle with salt and water.
    Drawn honey made by mixing a little water and honey.
    St.Blaises blessing
    Oil and baize blest on St.Blaises Day.
    Black Currant wing for hoarseness or sore throat.
    To wear a silk handkerchief.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.