Medical Procedures In The Medieval Era

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There were many painful, and weird, medical procedures in the Medieval Era. With all of the gruesome procedures, there were some with little, to no, mortalities. From unusual cures to fatal diseases, the Medieval Era has helped humanity understand the painful journey to where it is today with modern medicine. With medical cures and remedies, there were some that were a bit bizarre. For example, for asthma a person had to swallow young frogs. If a person was deaf, they had mix the gall of a hare with the grease of a fox, warm it up and place it in their ear(s). Gall of a hare is the gallbladder of the hare. For swelling a person took a knife and cut out the infected part. These were a little weird, yet were painful. Remedies and procedures

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