The preservatives are fumigations, and washing with water and vinegar.
The ancients were familiar with the sanitary efficacy of fumigations.
Both are highly fragrant and aromatic; used in fumigations and pastilles, and occasionally by cabinet makers and inlayers.
After the fumigations one attendant only was attacked, and it appeared as if the disease in those already suffering became milder.
Its branches and leaves have an agreeable smell, and are used in fumigations.
Hence possibly the greater benefit of fumigations, and the reason of the arrest by ventilation.
Dr. Burgess has found sulphur ointment and fumigations to be very useful in Psoriasis palmaris.
The means tried to check the infection were fumigations with pitch, rosin, and frankincense.
This is best done by fumigations with ingredients corresponding to their respective properties.
The patient is to have fumigations for five or six days till the cervix is softened.