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METHOD OF CURING

TO GET RID OF HICCOUGHS, THE BLADE OF A KNIFE SHOULD BE PLACED
ON THE TONGUE BY ANOTHER PERSON AND THE TONGUE SHOULD
BE KEPT EXTENDED WITH THE KNIFE ON IT.

Submitter comment: FROM MOTHER

Data entry tech comment: OTHER METHODS RECOMMENDED IN OTHER REFERENCES IN ARCHIVE:
STANDING ON YOUR HEAD
HOLDING YOUR BREATH
BREATHING INTO A PAPER BAG
PUTTING YOUR HEAD BETWEEN YOUR LEGS
BLOWING UP A BALLOON.

Where learned: HOME

Keyword(s): TRANSFERENCE

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Method of Curing

Date learned: 11-05-1967

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