School: Scrabagh (roll number 11202)

Location:
Scrabbagh, Co. Roscommon
Teacher:
Mrs Rose Ffrench

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0254, Page 044

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Meadow Sweet is used for stomach diseases. It is also a Spring and Autumn medicine.
Mugort is an antibilous tonic it induces perspiration and it expels worms.
Cudweed is used as a soothing gargle for the throat.
The berries of juniper are used in kidney trouble, for gout, and dropsy.
Marsh Mallow, used for used for colds and ointment, is made from its leaves.

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