Cataplasms of fresh cow-dung applied to bruises, occasioned by violent blows or falls, will seldom fail to have a good effect.
Among the latter, the most in repute are unguents and cataplasms.
Cataplasms of rice and wheat starch are made in the same manner.
Pain, when present, must be relieved—if necessary by anodynes, either given internally or applied in the form of cataplasms.
These two Cataplasms may serve as a Model for the making of many others.
Cataplasms of a resolvent nature are made with pears, and a decoction of them is used to disperse indurations.
Give demulcent drinks and milk-baths, cataplasms, antiphlogistics.
I only know that cataplasms were applied to the soles of his feet, and that some blood was taken from his arm.
Cataplasms and salves were frequently made of green herbs sodden, pounded, and applied externally.
Peni had another touch of fever, and was forced to have a doctor and cataplasms to his feet.