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Ringworm Home Treatment: Discover the Secret to Remove Ringworm Naturally
Do you know that ringworm can live in a whole lot of places you never thought was possible?
Do you know that ringworm most often found to occur in children?
Do you know that your pets might have a... More > ringworm and they might be the one who infected you?
Hi my name is James Collins and I am a father.
I have a long family history suffering from ringworm.
One time I decided to stop this disease running in my family.
I gather all the data I could find and it all paid off.
Then I found a lot of my friends suffering from ringworms as well and I was able to help them.
So I thought, why not create a book so I can help a lot more people?
Here it is, a book full of my knowledge about ringworm and I am sure this book can help you
Inside you'll find:
-the history of ringworm
-what actually causes ringworm (it is not worm)
-you are more likely to get ringworm if....
-how to prevent ringworm
-many types of ringworms
-the many treatments of ringworm
-the natural remedies for ringworm
-and many more< Less
Many people have athlete's foot. That does not mean yuo have to live with it. I have done the research, and offered the best advice possible on getting rid of this terrible disease.
A Book of Fruits and Flowers
To make all sorts of Poultisses, and Serecloaths for any member swell'd or inflamed, Ointments, Waters for all Wounds, and Cancers, Salves for Aches, to take the Ague out of any place Burning or... More > Scalding; For the stopping of suddain Bleeding, curing the Piles, Ulcers, Ruptures, Coughs, Consumptions, and killing of Warts, to dissolve the Stone, killing the Ring-worme, Emroids, and Dropsie, Paine in the Ears and Teeth, Deafnesse.< Less
How to Charm a Wart
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"How to Charm a Wart" is an idiosyncratic history of Cornwall, blending legend, fact and anecdote. A focus on a single family lends intimacy to the story - the Angoves have shared... More > Cornwall's fortunes, good and bad, and were eye witnesses to the major events of Cornish history, dating right back to the days of the famous Michael Joseph An Gof, a possible ancestor.
Events such as the Cornish uprisings between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries and the hardships of the tin miners during the economic upheavals of the nineteenth century are given freshness and immediacy by being told with excerpts in narrative form. Cornwall's legends and folklore are similarly treated, with re-tellings of myths in the style of a traditional Cornish droll-teller, and instruction on the subjects of dowsing, the curing of ringworm and - of course - how to charm off a wart.< Less