2 ounces each of:
One Ounce each of:
knotted Sweet Marjoram
One half ounce each of:
Bay Leaves (some leave out the Bay Leaves, )
Dry thoroughly, but not to scorch: then rub the leaves to a fine powder. The seeds will be best ground, but pounding will do: sift all through a hair sieve, and bottle for use. This is an excellent compound.
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