Formula No. 618 (Plate #78, Lines 10-11)
Papyrus Ebers (1550 BC) E 618 - Enema
Cannabis was employed in the same papyrus as a poultice on a toenail (E 618, Ebers Papyrus 617- 618) If you find a painful finger or a toe, from water having been around them (serosity), their odor being malignant, whereas they have formed maggots [worms], you must say to this patient: “A problem that I can treat”. You must prepare for him treatments to kill the vermin [. . .]. Another for the toenail: honey: 1/4; ochre 1/64; cannabis: 1/32; hedjou resin: 1/32, ibou plant: 1/32. Prepare as for the preceding, and dress with it’.] 
 - 'Les papyrus me´dicaux de lAE´ gypte pharaonique : traduction inte´grale et commentaire',(p. 339) By T. Bardinet [translation E. B. R.] -- As taken from CHEMISTRY & BIODIVERSITY Vol.4 (2007) -- History of Cannabis and Its Preparations in Saga, Science, and Sobriquet by Ethan B. Russo
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