Hot water. Soda mints. Aromatic spirit of ammonia. Bicarbonate of soda (baking soda). Hot applications to the stomach.
Source: The Mary Frances First Aid Book, Jane Eayre FryerFiled under Remedy | Tags: ammonia, baking soda, bicarbonate of soda, digestion, fryer, hot water, indigestion, mints, soda, soda mints, spirit of ammonia, stomach | Comment (0)
Fill with cold water kettles and sauce pans in which they have been cooked adding a tablespoonful of bread soda and the same of ammonia. Let stand on the stove until it boils. Then wash in hot suds and rinse well. A pudding or bean pot, treated in this way, will wash easily. Wood ashes in the water will have the same effect.
Source: Things Mother Used To Make, L.M. GurneyFiled under Remedy | Tags: ammonia, ash, ashes, baking soda, bread soda, gurney, odor, odour, onions, smell, soda, suds, wood ashes | Comment (0)
Bind on common baking soda, dampened with water. Or mix common earth with water to about the consistency of mud.
Source: The White House Cookbook, F.L. GilletteFiled under Remedy | Tags: baking soda, bee, earth, mud, soda, sting, wasp, whitehouse | Comment (0)
For headache, drink a cup of strong black tea, in which has been squeezed the juice of a lemon. Half a teaspoon of common baking soda dissolved in hot water is also good.
Source: Audel’s Household Helps, Hints and ReceiptsFiled under Remedy | Tags: audel, baking soda, black tea, head, headache, lemon, soda, tea | Comment (0)
A piece of cotton wadding, spread with butter or sweet oil, and bound on the burn instantly, will draw out the pain without leaving a scar; also a handful of flour, bound on instantly, will prevent blistering. The object is to entirely exclude the air from the part affected. Some use common baking-soda, dry or wet, often giving instant relief, withdrawing the heat and pain. Another valuable remedy is to beat the yellow of an egg into linseed oil, and apply it with a feather on the injured part frequently. It will afford ready relief and heals with great rapidity. Some recommend the white part of the egg, which is very cooling and soothing, and soon allays the smarting pain. It is the exposure of the part coming in contact with the air that gives the extreme discomfort experienced from ordinary afflictions of this kind, and anything which excludes air and prevents inflammation is the thing to be at once applied.
Source: The White House Cookbook, F.L. GilletteFiled under Remedy | Tags: baking soda, burn, butter, cotton, egg, egg white, egg yolk, feather, flour, linseed oil, scald, skin, soda, sweet oil, wadding, whitehouse | Comment (0)
“For the bee sting I put soda on and dampen it with honey.” An old-time remedy and seems to do the work. Soda is an antiseptic and cleansing remedy. If no honey at hand, dampen soda with water.
Source: Mother’s Remedies: Over One Thousand Tried and Tested Remidies from Mothers of the United States and Canada, T. J. RitterFiled under Remedy | Tags: baking soda, bee, honey, soda, sting | Comment (0)
“One-half teaspoonful soda in glass of water. Everybody uses this in the neighborhood.”
Source: Mother’s Remedies: Over One Thousand Tried and Tested Remidies from Mothers of the United States and Canada, T. J. RitterFiled under Remedy | Tags: baking soda, heartburn, stomach | Comment (0)
“A suspicious package which caused alarm at a Post Office depot in Preston turned out to be a herbal remedy, police have said.
Staff alerted police after they found a sealed plastic bag with pink powder in it at the Royal Mail Delivery Office in Christian Road.”
Full story: Fleetwood Today, 8h February 2008Filed under News | Tags: baking soda, foot, News | Comment (0)
A gentleman sends us the following treatment for articular rheumatism and writes as follows: “I send you the following treatment for articular rheumatism because I used it myself and was cured in a very short time, in fact, about ten days. It was a number of years ago in the early spring when my knee joints, ankles and wrists began to pain me and continued to become worse for about a week, at the end of which time both my knees were perfectly stiff. I sent for my physician; he wrapped my knees with common baking soda; taking long wide bandages he was enabled to have the baking soda a fourth of an inch thick around the knee, raising the bandage as he laid the soda on; after this was completed I had heavy wet hot cloths laid around my knee and renewed every fifteen or twenty minutes for probably eight or ten hours. In the meantime I was taking the salicylate of soda and the cathartic, veronica water, as directed below. The following day I sat up with my legs resting on a chair, straightened out, and hot flat irons at my knees. I began this treatment on Saturday, and the following Thursday was able to walk about and go out of town, and never had rheumatism since, but at two or three different times I suspected it was coming on and used the salicylate of soda and veronica water as a successful preventive; at least the rheumatism did not materialize.
Veronica Water.– Dose:– Glassful every two and one-half hours till bowels are free, then one dose a day.
Salicylate of Soda 1 ounce
Water 6 ounces
Large teaspoonful every two hours with a quinine pill every other dose.”
Source: Mother’s Remedies: Over One Thousand Tried and Tested Remidies from Mothers of the United States and Canada, T. J. RitterFiled under Remedy | Tags: ankle, baking soda, cathartic, joints, knee, quinine, rheumatism, salicylate of soda, soda, veronica, wrist | Comment (0)