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Local herbal remedies should only be used under the guidance
of a knowledgeable herbal medicine practioner!

As a diuretic, Zea mays hair is boiled and the water cooled and drunk.  To treat measles, nine grains are boiled with zebv malonmen (Chamaesyce hirta, pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo), and a few grains of rice, a lot of water added and drunk as a tisane.  For jaundice the pumpkin and corn are used with barley and the water poured over a grated carrot.  This water is then mixed hand and half with a bottle of Porter, using one-third three times a day, drunk hot.

Verna Slane 1987