|Submit Date:||17 Mar 2004|
|Treatment used:||dead dog|
|You can buy this remedy at:||health food store|
|Remedy will cost you:||unknown|
|Country of Remedy:||USA|
|Remedy Source:||National Geographic, April 2001, p 86|
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Dog lard is a old gypsy cure for a variety of ailments and is
commnoly sold by gypsyies in Europe:
"...If you smear it on your chest, it will cure asthma, bronchitis, and
emphysema. To make it, we scrape the fat off the dog skin --- a
eight-to-ten-year-old dog is best -- and boil it.
"...We (also) make dog lard into soup and drink it our tea or spread
it on our bread"
"...We feed dog lard to our babies , and it makes them strong"
National Geographic, April 2001, p. 86
from Horvaith, a Romanina Gypsy...
bronchitis, emphysema, strong babies