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The still prevalent use of linseed in poultices for open wounds is entirely to be reprobated.
The bran is used for cattle-food and poultices, and the grain in the distillery.
Aborigines press tea tree leaves onto wounds or used them as poultices on burns or cuts.
The slippery elm inner bark is dried and ground to a powder that can then be used in tablets, herbal teas, or poultices.
The powder may also be used for teas or as an ingredient in poultices.