An hemorrhoid in a woman may be thus cured. Having fomented with plenty
of hot water, boil in the water certain of the fragrant medicines,
add pounded tamarisk, roasted litharge and galls, and pour on them
white wine, and oil, and the grease of a goose, pounding all together.
Give to use after fomenting. In fomenting the anus is to be made to
protrude as much as possible.[p. 355]
The Genuine Works of Hippocrates. Hippocrates. Charles Darwin Adams. New York. Dover. 1868.
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