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Pioneer families often had to serve as their own doctors, which resulted in remedies for many an ailment. Teas made from various herbs were a favorite cure for almost everything. In fact herbs served all sorts of medicinal purposes. Here are a few examples.

Hops were picked and dried, stuffed into a pillow and used to induce sleep in a restless person. Hops also were used for treating earaches and colds as a poultice after being steeped in vinegar.

Ground mustard had a number of uses including curing a chest cold. A plaster was made by mixing ground mustard, flour and water, which was then brushed on a cloth and laid on the chest until the skin was hot as fire. Goose grease then was rubbed on the chest to prevent blistering.

This site is designed for educational purposes only and is not engaged in rendering medical advice or professional services.
If you feel that you have a health problem, you should seek the advice of your Physician or health care Practitioner.
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Pioneer families often had to serve as their own doctors, which resulted in remedies for many an ailment. Teas made from various herbs were a favorite cure for almost everything. In fact herbs served all sorts of medicinal purposes. Here are a few examples.

Hops were picked and dried, stuffed into a pillow and used to induce sleep in a restless person. Hops also were used for treating earaches and colds as a poultice after being steeped in vinegar.

Ground mustard had a number of uses including curing a chest cold. A plaster was made by mixing ground mustard, flour and water, which was then brushed on a cloth and laid on the chest until the skin was hot as fire. Goose grease then was rubbed on the chest to prevent blistering.

TITLE: Salt in Your Sock and Other Tried-and-True Home Remedies

SPEAKER: Dr. Lillian Beard
EVENT DATE: 2005/06/07
RUNNING TIME: 70 minutes

Dr. Lillian Beard, a practicing pediatrician in Silver Spring, Md., discussed her book "Salt in Your Sock and Other Tried-and-True Home Remedies." The event was sponsored by the Library's Science, Technology and Business Division, Health Services Office and LC Child Care Association.

Beard, an associate clinical professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine and the medical contributor on ABC-TV's "Good Morning Washington," compiled hundreds of family recipes for wellness from her patients and colleagues during a 30-year period of practicing medicine.

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This site is designed for educational purposes only and is not engaged in rendering medical advice or professional services.
If you feel that you have a health problem, you should seek the advice of your Physician or health care Practitioner.
Copyright © 2003-2016 Herbal Remedies Info | All Rights Reserved

Pioneer families often had to serve as their own doctors, which resulted in remedies for many an ailment. Teas made from various herbs were a favorite cure for almost everything. In fact herbs served all sorts of medicinal purposes. Here are a few examples.

Hops were picked and dried, stuffed into a pillow and used to induce sleep in a restless person. Hops also were used for treating earaches and colds as a poultice after being steeped in vinegar.

Ground mustard had a number of uses including curing a chest cold. A plaster was made by mixing ground mustard, flour and water, which was then brushed on a cloth and laid on the chest until the skin was hot as fire. Goose grease then was rubbed on the chest to prevent blistering.

TITLE: Salt in Your Sock and Other Tried-and-True Home Remedies

SPEAKER: Dr. Lillian Beard
EVENT DATE: 2005/06/07
RUNNING TIME: 70 minutes

Dr. Lillian Beard, a practicing pediatrician in Silver Spring, Md., discussed her book "Salt in Your Sock and Other Tried-and-True Home Remedies." The event was sponsored by the Library's Science, Technology and Business Division, Health Services Office and LC Child Care Association.

Beard, an associate clinical professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine and the medical contributor on ABC-TV's "Good Morning Washington," compiled hundreds of family recipes for wellness from her patients and colleagues during a 30-year period of practicing medicine.

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