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Mustard plasters and handcars

Gertrude LeRoy Miller

Mustard plasters and handcars

through the eyes of a Red Cross Outpost nurse

by Gertrude LeRoy Miller

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Published by Natural Heritage in Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wilberforce (Ont. : Canton),
  • Ontario,
  • Wilberforce (Township),
  • Wilberforce (Canton)
    • Subjects:
    • Miller, Gertrude LeRoy, 1902-1983.,
    • Miller, Gertrude LeRoy, 1902-1983.,
    • Miller, Gertrude LeRoy, 1902-1983.,
    • Red Cross Outpost Hospital (Wilberforce, Ont.) -- History.,
    • Red Cross Outpost Hospital (Wilberforce, Ont. : Township),
    • Red Cross Outport Hospital (Wilberforce, Ont.) -- Histoire.,
    • Public health nurses -- Ontario -- Wilberforce (Township) -- Biography.,
    • Nurses -- Ontario -- Biography.,
    • Hospitals, Public -- history -- Ontario -- Biography.,
    • Public Health Nursing -- history -- Ontario -- Biography.,
    • Social Conditions -- history -- Ontario -- Biography.,
    • Infirmières de la santé publique -- Ontario -- Wilberforce (Canton) -- Biographies.,
    • Wilberforce (Ont. : Canton) -- Conditions sociales.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 207) and index.

      StatementGertrude LeRoy Miller.
      GenreBiography., Biographies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRT37.M54 A3 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 223 p. :
      Number of Pages223
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3629707M
      ISBN 101896219659
      LC Control Number2002421251
      OCLC/WorldCa44019609

        How to Make Traditional Folk Remedies: Mustard Plaster - Duration: Historical Be views. Chest Congestion - How to Alleviate it at Home - Duration: MUSTARD PLASTERS. From the earliest days of my practice I would recommend mustard plasters for lung congestion. They are ridiculously effective! As a child in the 50’s you could still buy them at the ‘drug store”. No longer available (because they work), you now have to easily make them on your own.

      Trim the crust from a thin slice of light bread, then sprinkle it thickly with ground mustard. Spread a very thin cloth over the mustard, and dampen with vinegar or water. Recent on WTBOA. WTBOA Summer Yearling & Mixed Sale – CATALOG, PHOTOS, VIDEOS NOW ONLINE Jul 2, ; WTBOA Sale Horse Preview – BOOK YOUR TIME SLOT Jul 1, ; Bidding Procedure Guidelines ; Former Longtime WTBOA General Manager Ralph Vacca Passes Away ; WTBOA Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes – June

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Mustard Plasters and Handcars: Through the Eyes of a Red Cross Outpost Nurse Paperback – May 1, by Gertrude Leroy Miller (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 5/5(2). Mustard Plasters and Handcars Through the Eyes of A Red Cross Outpost Nurse (Book): Miller, Gertrude LeRoy: Wilberforce, inbecame home to the first Red Cross Outpost Hospital in Ontario. It was here in this somewhat isolated northern rural village in the Mustard plasters and handcars book Highlands, only a short distance from southeastern Algonquin Park, that Gertrude LeRoy, newly graduated as a nurse and.

Get this from a library. Mustard plasters and handcars: through the eyes of a Red Cross Outpost nurse. [Gertrude LeRoy Miller].

Title: Mustard Plasters and Handcars Through the Eyes of a Red Cross Outpost Nurse Author Name: Miller, Gertrude LeRoy Categories: Biographies, Edition: First Edition Publisher: Toronto, Natural Heritage Books: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Softcover Book Condition: Very Good- Seller ID: BIO Keywords: BIOGRAPHY History Ontario Wilberforce Red.

Inthe Heritage Guild worked with Natural Hertitage Books to publish Gertrude LeRoy Miller's book, Mustard Plasters and Handcars: Through the eyes of a Red Cross Outpost Nurse which chonicles her life as a nurse in Wilberforce.

Available for purchase at the Outpost and most bookstores. Mustard Plasters and Handcars: Through the Eyes of a Red Cross Outpost Nurse. Author. Miller, Gertrude LeRoy. Date. Location of Document. LH Subject. Memoirs of Gertrude Miller, public health nurse at Wilberforce Red Cross Outpost Hospital.

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Mustard Plasters were used to treat many varied disorders in the days before modern medicine. Besides being used as a pain killer for backaches, they were also used to treat coughs and infections of the chest and lungs.

A mustard plaster works by creating heat, drawing toxins out of the body and by providing nutrients that can be absorbed through the skin. Mustard plasters are great, and it’s the heat that does the work, as you’d know. On top of flannelette or some other fairly thick cotton etc, I use a HEATING PAD turned as high as poss.

on my frontispiece, and after 4 or so hours, turn on my face and put it on my back for similar length of time. It could be for longer, Hey, it works very.

Mustard Plasters (also known as Mustard Packs) have been used for centuries throughout the world as a natural folk remedy. Although they have been used to treat maladies from gout to sciatica, today we will focus on its usefulness in treating chest & lung congestion. Mustard Plasters and Handcars: Through the Eyes of a Red Cross Outpost Nurse: Miller, Gertrude LeRoy: Books - Everthing You Ever Wanted to Know About Mustard Plasters.

By ROGER M. GRACE. Mustard has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes—and researchers have recently come upon new applications. But the mention of “mustard” and “medicine” is most apt to conjure up the image of a cure of old: the mustard plaster.

Mustard Plaster Benefits: 1. For Chest Congestion & Bronchitis: It has been used for centuries to treat chest congestion. It is a very effective home remedy that can be used for both adults and children. When we get cold and flu, the main problem is the phlegm, many of us find it.

The Mustard Plaster in the 19th and 20th Centuries Valuable as a first line of defense against injuries, illnesses, and diseases, plasters, including those made with turpentine and belladonna as well as mustard, reached the height of their popularity in the 19th and early 20th centuries, both with doctors and as a home remedy, particularly in.

mustard plaster n. A medicinal plaster made with a pastelike mixture of powdered black mustard, flour, and water, used especially as a counterirritant. Also called sinapism. mustard plaster Herbal medicine A poultice used to relieve minor pain; if left in place for too long a period, mustard plasters may cause vesiculation.

plaster [Gr. emplastron] 1. Author(s): Miller,Gertrude LeRoy, Title(s): Mustard plasters and handcars: through the eyes of a Red Cross Outpost nurse/ Gertrude LeRoy Miller. Country of Publication: Canada Publisher: Toronto: Natural Heritage, c Adult, chest plaster: 1 square foot.

Cloth size 12"x24", put paste on half the cloth, and fold over the other half tablespoon mustard powder and 4 tablespoons flour. When making a chest plaster, you may want to have a hot ceramic plate nearby to put the plaster on briefly to warm it.

A mustard plaster is a poultice of mustard seed powder spread inside a protective dressing and applied to the body to stimulate healing. It can be used to warm muscle tissues and for chronic aches and pains.

It was once part of conventional medical treatment, [citation needed] and available in prepared versions in pharmacies. It fell from favor in the 20th century and is now only used as a.

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One of the reasons for the popularity of the mustard plaster is the heat that the poultice generates. When applying this heat to the chest, it can help break up congestion and .