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USE OLIVE OIL FOR AN EARACHE.

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PUT THE OIL ON A COTTON BALL AND PLACE THE COTTON IN YOUR EAR.
IN ADDITION TO OLIVE OIL, CASTOR OIL AND COD LIVER OIL ARE
USED TO CURE MANY AILMENTS.
OILS ARE A "BIG" THING AMONG BLACKS.

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Keyword(s): REMEDY, Oil, Natural, Homeopathy, Earache, Ailment,

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Remedy
BELIEF -- Mineral

Date learned: 10-08-1984

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EARACHE CURE:
TOBACCO SMOKE PUFFED INTO THE EAR

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Where learned: TENNESSEE ; NASHVILLE

Keyword(s): CURE ; Earache ; REMEDY ; Smoke ; TOBACCO

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Plant

Date learned: 07-09-1973

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EARACHE CURE:
TAKE A BIT OF COTTON BATTING, PUT ON IT A PINCH OF
BLACK PEPPER, GATHER IT UP AND TIE IT, DIP IT IN SWEET
OIL AND INSERT IT IN THE EAR. PUT A FLANNEL BANDAGE
OVER THE HEAD TO KEEP IT WARM; IT OFTEN GIVES
IMMEDIATE RELIEF.

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Where learned: TENNESSEE ; NASHVILLE

Keyword(s): Cotton ; CURE ; Earache ; Fabric ; Flannel ; Pepper ; REMEDY

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Plant
BELIEF -- Mineral

Date learned: 07-09-1973

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