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Buttermilk Poultice






Source: Papers On Health

Boiled potatoes beaten up with fresh buttermilk
make an excellent poultice for all eruptive sores, scabbed heads, and
heated skin affections. After these always apply soap lather (see
Lather). If buttermilk cannot be had, use acetic acid or vinegar, as
above.





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