mustard poultice

mustard poultice

See poultice.
References in classic literature ?
This was very torturing indeed; and I don't think I ever felt such perfect gratification and gratitude of heart, as I did when I heard from the ship's doctor that he had been obliged to put a large mustard poultice on this very gentleman's stomach.
Phyllis McLafferty had to endure a sock with a mustard poultice wrapped tightly round her neck and Jacqueline McDevitt was fed her gran's own 'magic medicine'.
How to make a mustard poultice, how to check out the neighbors prior to purchasing our "piece-of-heaven" place.
Until reading of the success of the treatment at Coldbath-Fields Prison, the principal treatment had been cautious bloodletting, salt and mustard emetics, and mustard poultices.
Therapy comprised tender loving care, mustard poultices, calomel and--perhaps the secret of her success rehydration with boiled water and cinnamon.