School: An Daingean, Cuinche

An Daingean, Co. an Chláir
Stiofán Mac Clúin Treasa Ní Chonmara
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0596, Page 070

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  1. 70
    31-V -'38 Cures.
    The yolk of an egg is good for a delicate person.
    The juice of the dandelion heals a skinned heel.
    The ashes of a sally tree for proud flesh.
    Cowdung cures cures itch in the heels.
    A weak solution of bluestone cuts away proud flesh.
    A tea made from flax seed and lemon juice for a bad cough.
    A poultice of cowdung boiled in milk takes the poison out of a septic wound or cut of any bad sore.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. gníomhaíochtaí
      1. cleachtas an leighis
        1. leigheas dúchasach (~11,815)
  2. 1.6.'38 Soot is given to young children as medicine.
    To bathe a poisoned wound in hot water and salt.
    To bathe a cut with whiskey.
    Barley water is drunk for Kidney trouble .
    If a child had a colic and to lift him up by the legs with head downwards it is said the colic would go .
    To drink the milk in which the
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