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Breast Sore Nipples On






Source: Papers On Health

Take a little warm vinegar or weak acid
(see Acetic Acid). Bathe the sore nipple with this, avoiding pain,
for about ten minutes. Every two minutes dry, and anoint gently with
warm olive oil. We have seen one application cure a bad nipple; but
apply twice daily as long as needed.





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