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Tudor Medicine Facts and Information - Primary Facts

11/15/2014
05:06 | Author: Devin Garcia

Tudor medicine facts for kids
Tudor Medicine Facts and Information - Primary Facts

Here are some facts about health and medicine in Tudor times. Tudor medicine mostly consisted of herbal remedies. For example, a mixture of.

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Here are some facts about health and medicine in Tudor times.

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Tudor Medicine - History Learning Site

9/14/2014
03:48 | Author: Caitlin White

Tudor medicine facts for kids
Tudor Medicine - History Learning Site

Medicine in Tudor England was still basic. Tudor medicine was frequently based on herbal cures and 'old wives tales'. As a result of poor medicine in Tudor.

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Deafness mix the gall of a hare with grease from a fox. Warm the resulting concoction and place it in the ear.

Smallpox hang red curtains around a victims bed as the red light produced by the curtains will cure the patient.

Gout apply to the affected foot a mixture made out of worms, pigs marrow, herbs all boiled together with a red-haired dog.

Head lice pour tobacco juice onto the scalp.

Plague put herbs on a windowsill near the patient or burn leather to produce smoke as the smoke will kill off the plague.

Jaundice swallow nine lice mixed with some ale each morning and do this for seven consecutive days.

The Tudors believed that too much blood was bad for the body and this in itself caused illnesses.

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History - British History in depth Foul Facts Gallery Terrible Tudors

7/13/2014
01:22 | Author: Evan Martin

Tudor medicine facts for kids
History - British History in depth Foul Facts Gallery Terrible Tudors

Tudor doctors had some herbs that worked but may of their cures were just sad and silly superstitions. Here are a few of the wacky (but true).

Tudor doctors had some herbs that worked but may of their cures were just sad and silly superstitions. Here are a few of the wacky (but true) Tudor cures:.

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Other crazy cures included powdered human skull, bone-marrow mixed with sweat, a stone that has killed a she-bear and fresh cream mixed with the blood of a black cat's tail. When the head is clean then rub in grease made from the fat of a dead fox. Are you a martyr to asthma? Swallow young frogs or live spiders, cover them in butter to help them slide down easier. Are you bald? Use a shampoo made from the juice of crushed beetles.

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Got a headache? Then rub your forehead a rope that was used to hang a criminal. In pain with gout? Boil a red-haired dog in oil, add worms and the marrow from pig bones. Suffer from rheumatism? Then wear the skin of a donkey. A painful liver? Drink a pint of ale every morning for a week - with nine head-lice drowned in it. Rub the mixture in.

Tasty treats! You'd soon be out of your sick bed if you were offered those poisonous panaceas. Search term:.

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The Tudors - Medicine

5/12/2014
01:16 | Author: Evan Martin

Tudor medicine facts for kids
The Tudors - Medicine

Back to interactive Aston Hall for Kids The Tudors - Medicine. Herbs were used to cure all sorts of different illnesses. Herbs had been used as cures since.

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Can you name the herbs in the picture? Do you know what they are for?

Herbs had been used as cures since ancient times.

There is great interest in old herbal remedies. Clearly some of them worked!.

Close to the kitchen would be the 'still room'. Here the industrious housewife concocted her remedies.

Tudor houses of any size would have a well laid out 'knot' garden (named after its shape), complemented by a practical and well stocked herb garden.

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Herbs were used to cure all sorts of different illnesses.

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It was part of the education of a young Tudor girl to learn how to mix potions, or 'simples' as they were called.

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Tudor Medicine - Tudors

3/11/2014
03:30 | Author: Caitlin White

Tudor medicine facts for kids
Tudor Medicine - Tudors

Go to this site dedicated to providing information about the facts, history of Tudor Medicine. Fast and accurate facts about the Tudor Medicine.Learn about the.

The bizarre masks, featuring long beaks which contained begamot oil, would have acted as protection against contracting the disease through breathing the same air as the victim. The Tudor Physicians paid attention to a patients bodily fluids, called Humours, which explains the reason why patients where subjected to 'bleeding'. The Tudor Medicine used to treat various illnesses were as follows:. Tudor Medicine was basic, Physicians had no idea what caused the terrible illnesses and diseases. The clothes of the Tudor Physician compley covered him from head to foot, even his face was covered by the ghastly mask.

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