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WORMS

A CURE FOR STOMACH WORMS IS TO PUT MINT IN THE PERSON'S BOTTOM
AND PUT CHEESE IN THEIR MOUTH.
WORMS HATE CHEESE BUT THEY LIKE MINT.

Submitter comment: INFORMANT'S MOTHER-IN-LAW PERFORMED THIS IN FRONT OF HER
TO INFORMANT'S DAUGHTER, WHEN THE CHILD WAS SIX YEARS OLD.
THE CHILD STOPPED CHOCKING AND WAS CURED.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; OAK PARK

Keyword(s): EUPHEMISM: BOTTOM FOR ANUS

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Remedy

Date learned: 01-21-1972

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