tolas, sesamum oil 11 powa, Lakshi 1 tola, Bilakshi 1 tola and Kuchila 3 tolas; made into a fine paste and then into pills about one tola in weight each, to be given every evening.
N. B.—No disease can overtake if it is given in the winter and cloudy days.
3. Root of katuri, bark of jatarmala, soft inner part of old pumpkin, juice squeezed out of old pumpkin and molasses all mixed and made into a paste to be given internally.
If it is not cured use the medicine below :—
3(a). Place in a bamboo or reed tube opened at both the ends 4 pieces from the 4 hoofs of the animal, peel of old betel-nut preserved for use by burying it under the ground, hair of man and some old thatching straw, set fire at one end and blow it with your mouth and apply the smoke coming out by the other end to the nose and muzzle of the animal.
4. Burn the following into redness, throw them into water in a cup of bell metal, and then give the water for a drink :—
Jatighila, makorighila, cherfal Bhotar kharu, Raghunarni-kota, nest of mason wasp, rind of athia kola eaten on the tree by the flying fox, flowery top of the peacock's tail and rind of cocoanut.
5. Give internally the following:—
Ashes of the plantain tree, leaf of tobacco, rice of unboiled paddy, chilli, garlic and onion, all mixed and made into a paste.
6. Laigooti, jute seed, stem of black arum and chilli in a paste.
Rub the body with the earth taken from an earthen support for a cooking vessel, and made into fine powder.