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- Long ago if a person suffered from a toothache relief was got by licking a frog's back. Putting a dead persons finger into one's mouth was supposed to prevent a toothache ever again occurring. When young babies suffered from "thrush" or sore mouth the beak of a screaming goose or gander in the child's mouth was a cure. When a child suffered from whooping cough, drinking the milk which a ferret left after tasting was supposed to cure it. If the mother of a child suffering from the same disease (whooping cough) met a man with a white horse let her use those words "Man of the white horse what will cure my child" and whatever he ordered for the child it was expected to cure it. A seventh son was looked upon as having healing power. A posthumous boy was supposed to have a cure for "thrush". If he breathed into(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.