(1) You can also use fresh mustard leaves as a poultice .(2) Over the next two hours she concocted potions to relieve the pain, creams to help the healing, and a poultice to reduce the swelling.(3) A poultice of unknown contents was applied to the area, with subsequent development of the mass.(4) Michael insisted on taking care of that himself, bandaging a poultice of herbs over the injury every morning.(5) He beckoned, then pointed at the poultice , and was relieved when the fledgling crawled over with no sign of either suspicion or fear.(6) She worked quickly, applying several salves, and then a poultice .(7) Add a drop of lavender essential oil, and make a detoxifying poultice or mask.(8) My hand traveled down my side and discovered the padding that had been secured to the wound; a rank stench told me that they had used a poultice to keep the infectious humors at bay.(9) The healers have their bandages and their poultices , their medicine and their skill.(10) Such practitioners, known as curanderos, use herb teas and poultices , traditional exercises, incantations, and magical touching to heal.(11) Massage oils, poultices , steam inhalations, sitz, hand, body and foot baths, gargles and room sprays are the most common methods of administration.(12) Doctors in those days prescribed mustard poultices or the like and Mother knew all about those.(13) In Java, poultices of the herb are applied to old sores, scurvy, and other skin conditions.(14) Believing himself capable of curing his affliction with poultices and antiseptics, he had only delayed the inevitable visit to the doctor's office.(15) Bandages and poultices covered the burn, and provided enough relief from the pain that she could function normally again.(16) Mmm, he may have heated some dampened rags by the stove and poulticed them on the clay to render it supple.