Subject: Was garlic used in binding wounds in World War I?
Date: Thu Jan 11 18:17:59 2001
Posted by Jim
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: West Virginia University
City: Morgantown State/Province: WV
Area of science: Medicine
I have been told that garlic was used in binding wounds in World War I
(before antibiotics) to help prevent infection. Was this true?
Re: Was garlic used in binding wounds in World War I?
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