Roast an onion, rub the soles of the feet therewith, and the ailment will cease; or take strong brandy, dip a soft cloth therein and wet the soles of the feet, mornings and evenings. Take five cents' worth of saffron, very little of white lead, and two spoonfuls of goat's milk, make an ointment thereof, apply with a rag to the sore spot. Walk to a nut tree before sunrise, cut therefrom a piece lengthwise, write your name upon a paper, and put it in the empty space made by the cut, and speak: Nut tree I come unto thee, take the seventy-seven different fevers from me, I will persist therein in the name of God, etc.
It helps at once. Take a few bay leaves and soak them in brandy in a warm room. As soon-as the colic is felt, take from one to four spoonfuls of this remedy.
Take twelve ounces of imperial spices, two pounds of white sugar, twenty-four grains of opium, one ounce of borax, four ounces prepared steel filings, twenty drops of cinnamon oil, twenty drops of oil of cloves; of these articles prepare a powder. Take a pinch, or as much as covers the point of a table knife, every hour throughout the day.
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Bathe the body often in warm water, and the organs in cold water. After this cure you will be stronger than ever before. Move your hand three times over the back of the horse, and speak, Oh! Mix some leaven, or yeast, and apply to his throat. Throw his water into the left shoe, and then pour a little of the water into the right ear, and the horse will be cured.
Hogs manure and a little excrementis hippo, put in a left shoe and tie over the afflicted spot, and it will cease. Speak thus: Wholesome is the wound, wholesome is the hour and sound, that this may not swell or fester again until the seas run dry. Take a field toad which, during harvest time, had been put upon a stick, and placed in a position toward the rising sun where it died.
Of such a toad take the corresponding limb  of that part of which the patient suffers, be it man or beast, and tie it to the ailing limb.
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Speak three times: Two wicked eyes have overshadowed me, but three other eyes are overshadowing me too, the one of God, the Father, the other of God the Son, the third of God the Holy Spirit, they watch my blood and flesh, my marrow and bone, and all other large and small limbs, they shall be protected in the name of God. Take bark of white-horned shrub and some cones of a fir tree, boil in lye, and wash the limbs therewith. Take blackberry leaves boiled in water and wine, put a little alum to it.
The mouth rinsed therewith, will have a good effect. Hast thou heartburn and colic? Leave this rib, N. The two N. Now I step out in God's great name, now step out in his might and fame, now I step out in God's footstep right which is against all spirits' might. Take olive or sweet oil, camphor, red lead, five cents' worth of each, and prepare into an ointment.
Write upon a piece of paper, Quosum sinioba zenni tantus lect veri , and hang it on a string over the back. Take goitre fungus and burn it to a powder over a coal fire or alcohol flame. Take of this powder mornings and evenings, on an empty stomach; as much as two five cent pieces will cover. Write the name of the patient upon paper, drill a hole in three prune trees, and prepare an oaken bolt, and put into every hole the three most sacred names, drive every one of these bolts in with three strokes, and pronounce the following sentence; N.
Rupture, rupture, rupture, depart hence in the name of the Lord, etc. I beseech thee in the name of the living God, that thou may heal upon the rod, that thou may become sound and straight, and growest stronger every day. When a new house is built, write upon three separate pieces of paper: Deus Pater, Deus Filius, Deus Spiritus Sanctus in Oleum Trinitatis Sun and Moon have their course over water and over land, that no fire and flame in this house shall cease.
For this, three tin boxes must be made, and in each one the above inscriptions be placed, and on three corners under the threshold or stones be laid, so that they do not decay or moulder in the ground, and the fires in such a house will never go out.
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Another most excellent remedy is Unguentum Balsilicon. Welcome, in the name of God, ye brethren true and God, we all have drank of the Saviour's blood. Let us meet in union and part from each other in peace. Take five cents' worth of bees-wax, the same quantity of rope-makers' resin, some few ounces of beef suet, a few teaspoonfuls of sweet oil, that is, the same quantity in weight of each of the ingredients, boil over a quick fire to the substance of a salve, and use like a plaster. Leave them three days and three nights in that position, and remove them at the same hour of the day that they were fastened to your body.
Take fine iron or steel filings. Mix the same with ground willow wood into a dough. If this dough is put into the mouse holes, the mice will be eager to devour it, and soon die. Take leaves of white hellebore, mixed with fine wheat flour, and knead into a stiff dough, with honey. This dough put into the holes when the rats and mice run in and out. They will eagerly devour, and surely die. Or, take bitter almonds and fine wheat flour, make a stiff dough, and dispose of it as already stated.
Take potassa, and strew into the mouse and rat holes. This sometimes kills the entire brood in a few hours. Take Halesia seed, and throw it into the holes. This they eat with greediness, and certain death will follow. Take the rinds of wild gourds or pumpkins. Mix the same with equal portions of wolf's wort Chrysanthemum and barley flour. Of these articles make a stiff dough. Rats and mice eating of this will meet sure death.
Another good exterminator is to take the herb skunk cabbage, symplocarpus fretidus angustifolium, and fumigate the place infested with the mice. As long as this odor touches their nostrils they will stay away. Inscribe the following words upon an iron spade: Mura, Martha, Marscha, T. It is magnificent. The Saviour spoke thus: Whither art thou going? The Virgin Mary replied: I will plague mankind. The Saviour said: Nay, thou shalt not do so.
Take cart worms, pound them in old grease, and tie this  tepid mass over the wounds, and on the fourth day thereafter the veins will have healed together, and without pain. Cut a piece of bread, rub the patient's teeth therewith, and throw it before a dog. If he eats it, the patient will recover. Otherwise, the disease is dangerous. Whoever digs up St.
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Peter's root in the morning of St. Peter's day, before the sun rises, and carries these roots around the neck, is sure not to be wounded. But such a person must be careful not to drink liquor while carrying the roots. Also, whoever digs knot grass, on St. John's day, in the morning before sunrise, and carries the same, will not be wounded.
Dig meadow rue in the sign of the zodiac Virgo, eat them before breakfast, before beginning to fight or battle.
To drink powder of hartshorn dissolved in wine, prevents the growing of these vermin on the head. If such powder is strewn upon the head, all lice and nits will surely die. This herb boiled in beer, and drank mornings and evenings, is a miraculous remedy. Drink four ounces of rosemary water, it will neutralize the poison and strengthen heart and brain. Take meadow rue, boil in olive oil, mix a little bees-wax  therewith, so that it becomes a salve. Grease the hands with it, and soon they will be all well.
Buy a pike as they are sold in the fish-market, carry it noiselessly to a running water, there let whale oil run into the snout of the fish, throw the fish into the running water, and then walk stream upward, and you will recover your strength and former powers. Take a new fresh laid egg, if possible, one that is yet warm. Pour whale oil over it, and boil the egg in it; the oil then should be poured into a running water, stream downward, never upward, then open the egg a little, carry it to an ant's hill, of the large red specie, as are found in fir-trees forest, and there bury the egg.
Thus it was proven that there is really a remedy for this terrible malady, even after it has taken hold of the unfortunate victim.
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A similar power is ascribed to aniseed oil, if several drops thereof, poured into the wounds, made by the biting of the rabid animal, or of any other poisonous animal or bird. The oil put on a cloth, and laid upon the wound, will draw the poison therefrom, and leave no injurious effects. Take a half nutmeg, two ounces of cinnamon bark, two ounces of cloves, four ounces of white sugar, one dram of cream of tartar, then take white sugar, and render down in an earthen pot; this done, take a glass of water pour it into the pot after the sugar dissolves, and take the pot from the fire, then add a pint of wine, stir all, and pour the mixture into the cask.
Repeat this procedure several times, let the wine settle for an hour, and after this the wine will be as clear and fine as good old wine. The following is the invention of a Gypsy King of Egypt, who confessed Christianity. But a conflagration taking place, meantime, turned to good luck for the aged man.
He was liberated, and taken to the scene of the fire, for the purpose of having him try his arts and mysterious workings. What he accomplished, to the great astonishment of all present, he stayed the conflagration, by a miracle, within the brief period of a quarter of an hour; and, for this deed, he was pardoned, and entirely liberated.
Thou art welcome, thou fiery guest, do not grasp further, but spare the rest. I command thee, fire, by the1 power of God, that thou wouldst stand still, and not further proceed; as true as Christ stood on the river Jordan, when he was baptized by Holy St. John;  that I count to thy ransom, oh, fire, in the name of the Holy Trinity. I command thee, fire, by the power of God, that thou wouldst allay thy flames, as true as Mary remaineth so chaste and pure; for this cease thy rage, oh, terrible fire. This I count to thee, oh, terrible fire, for ransom's sake, in the name of the Holy Trinity.
I command thee, fire, thou wouldst thy violent heat allay, for the sake of Christ's blood. Thy rage now stay, for the blood which he shed for our sins and his death. Whoever keeps this letter in his house, he will not suffer from conflagrations; and if any parturient woman carries this letter upon her person, no sorcery, apparition or witchcraft can harm her. That water which in the surface is lead colored or shows a lead colored circle around the muddy substance, indicates a clodded brain.
Also, epilepsy and other troublesome condition of the head.
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