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Poison Ivy, Lead Water and Laudanum Relieves





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"Application of cold lead
water, made in proportions of two drams of sugar of lead, half an ounce of
landanum to half a pint of water and applied by means of cloths. The
patient should eat a cooling, light diet and use a good saline cathartic,
such as rochelle salts, etc."





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