Prescriptions 177, 188
H = Hearst , Eb = Ebers papyrus:
Due to economic reasons (this museum just doesn’t have much $$ ), we were unable to obtain an actual print of the Hearst Medical Papyrus [located at U.C. Berkeley California]. However, the above page from the book “Die Mendizinischen Texte in Hieroglyphischer Umschreibung Autographiert” by Grapow Hermann, shows how similar formulas (H177, H188) contained within the Hearst papyrus are with the one (E618) found within the Ebers medical papyrus.
All three of these formulas dealt with sore feet in some form or another, and all three of them made use of Medical Cannabis. In fact it is interesting to note that Medical Cannabis found its way into foot remedies right up until the passage of the anti-Medical Marihuana laws in 1937.
The following is taken directly from our sister museum which deals with the origin of the anti-Medical Marihuana laws: 
Corn Removers / External Lotions: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".
 - www.ReeferMadnessMuseum.org
 - The Old Egyptian Medical Papyri by Chauncey D. Leake
 - '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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