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Cracked Heels

Tar eight ounces, Beeswax one ounce, Resin one ounce,
Alum one ounce, Tallow one ounce, Sulphate of Iron one ounce, Carbolic
Acid one drachm. Mix and boil over a slow fire. Skim off the filth and
add two ounces of the scrapings of Sweet Elder.

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