Personal Disclaimer: I hereby absolve myself of any death resulting from the use of cranberries in the case of malarial infection.
Dr. Foote’s Hand-book of Health-Hints and Ready Recipes. E. B. Foote, 1882.

Personal Disclaimer: I hereby absolve myself of any death resulting from the use of cranberries in the case of malarial infection.

Dr. Foote’s Hand-book of Health-Hints and Ready Recipes. E. B. Foote, 1882.

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  1. madamekafufski reblogged this from traditional-tea and added:
    I’m going to try these next time I am sick with something. Except, y’know, might have to visit the doctor or something...
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  3. loveinwaiting reblogged this from questionableadvice and added:
    I use ginger ale for stomach cramps…
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  9. thebooshislooseandalittlebitraw reblogged this from my-ear-trumpet and added:
    ^play it safer and just plain drink you may find a cure if your liver holds up
  10. my-ear-trumpet reblogged this from sydneyflapper and added:
    Play it safe and drink both.
  11. sydneyflapper reblogged this from my-ear-trumpet and added:
    Does this mean we should be drinking Cape Codders instead of G&Ts in Malarial countries?
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  16. ofpaperandponies reblogged this from biomedicalephemera and added:
    Also: clam broth for a weak stomach? I have somehow doubt that would make anything better. …what is erysipelas, anyhow?
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