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The bark of the cork-tree,1 pulverized and taken in warm water, arrests hæmorrhage at the mouth and nostrils;2 and the ashes of it, taken in warm wine, are highly extolled as a cure for spitting of blood.

1 See B. xvi c. 13.

2 "Ex utrâlibet parte."

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