One ounce of camphor, four ounces olive oil. Dissolve the gum in the oil and add one quarter of an ounce of chloroform. Shake well and apply to affected parts. This is for external use only.
Source: Civic League Cook BookFiled under Remedy | Tags: camphor, chloroform, civic, linament, liniment, oil, olive oil | Comment (0)
One ounce oil of wormseed, one ounce of hemlock, one ounce of sassafras, one ounce of cedar, one ounce of red pepper, one ounce gum camphor, three pints of alcohol. This liniment Ls good for man or beast.
Source: The Housekeeper’s Friend: A Practical CookbookFiled under Remedy | Tags: alcohol, camphor, cedar, gum camphor, hemlock, housekeeper, liniment, pepper, red pepper, sassafras, sprain, sprains, worm seed, wormseed | Comment (0)
One pint of alcohol and as much camphor gum as can be dissolved in it, half an ounce of the oil of cedar, one-half ounce of the oil of sassafras, aqua ammonia half an ounce, and the same amount of the tincture of morphine. Shake well together and apply by the fire; the liniment must not be heated, or come in contact with the fire, but the rubbing to be done by the warmth of the fire.
Source: The White House Cookbook, F.L. GilletteFiled under Remedy | Tags: alcohol, ammonia, aqua ammonia, camphor, camphor gum, cedar, fire, liniment, morphine, oil of cedar, oil of sassafras, rubbing, sassafras, tincture of morphine, whitehouse | Comment (0)
Spirits of turpentine, three drachms; camphorated oil, nine drachms.
Mix for a liniment. For an adult four drachms of the former and eight of the latter may be used. If the child be young, or if the skin be tender, the camphorated oil may be used without the turpentine.
Source: The White House Cookbook, F.L. GilletteFiled under Remedy | Tags: camphor, camphorated oil, chilblain, chilblains, linament, liniment, oil, spirits of turpentine, turpentine, whitehouse | Comment (0)
Two ounces of spirits of turpentine, two ounces of spirits of camphor, two ounces of sweet oil and one and a half ounces of cedar oil. Apply twice a day; shake well before using.
Source: 76: A Cook BookFiled under Remedy | Tags: 76, camphor, cedar oil, linament, liniment, oil, spirits of camphor, spirits of turpentine, sweet oil, turpentine | Comment (0)
Take three fresh eggs, break up and put into one pint strong Vinegar and three-quarters pint Turpentine and allow to remain till shells completely eaten up, remove skins of eggs and you have a real good general Liniment for man or beast: have known it to give great relief in rheumatic pains.
Source: Tested Formulas and Useful House and Farm Recipes, T. KennyFiled under Remedy | Tags: egg, kenny, liniment, pain, rheumatism, turpentine, vinegar | Comment (0)
- Linseed oil,
- Lime water,
of each equal parts. Mix them.
This liniment is extremely useful in cases of scalds or burns, being singularly efficacious in preventing, if applied in time, the inflammation subsequent to burns or scalds; or even in removing it, after it has come on.
It is also a species of soap, and might be called Soap of Lime, although it probably contains a great excess of oil.
Source: The Edinburgh New Dispensatory, Andrew DuncanFiled under Remedy | Tags: burn, burns, edinburgh, inflammation, lime, liniment, linseed, linseed oil, scald, scalds, skin, soap, soap of lime | Comment (0)
One ounce oil of origanum, two ounces spirits of turpentine, shake up well and apply on soft linen; to some persons this liniment has an unpleasant odor, but it is very efficacious; there is no better for burns, sprains, cuts, etc., in cases where the skin is not broken; pour a little into the hand, and rub well on the parts affected two or three times a day.
Source: Audel’s Household Helps, Hints and ReceiptsFiled under Remedy | Tags: audel, burn, cut, linen, liniment, oregano, origanum, skin, sprain, turpentine | Comment (0)
“One pint pure cider vinegar, one pint of turpentine, four fresh eggs, put the egg shells and all in the vinegar, let stand until the vinegar eats the eggs all up, then add the turpentine.” This makes a fine liniment.
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: cider vinegar, egg, egg shells, liniment, rheumatism, turpentine, vinegar | Comment (0)
“Equal parts of spirits of turpentine and vinegar and the yolk of one egg make a valuable liniment in cases of sprains, bruises and rheumatism poultice. Take common salt, roast it on a hot stove till dry as possible. Take one teaspoonful each of dry salt, venice turpentine and pulverized castile soap. Excellent for felon, apply twice daily until open.” This is a very good liniment and if applied often will draw, which is one of the essential things for a felon.
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: bruise, bruises, egg, felon, liniment, rheumatism, salt, soap, sprains, turpentine, vinegar | Comment (0)