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1. Whooping Cough. Treated with Sarsaparilla roots by the Penobcot indians. Roots were boiled and tea was sipped. 2. Mecury Chloride aka "Calomel". Was used to "clean" patient from toxins or poisoning by causing bloody stool, vomiting, excessive salivation. 3.Peruvian Bark aka "Chincona" Boiled as a tea to treat fevers. 4. Onions. Boiled;steamed near patient or placed by patients bed to treat colds. 5. Blood-letting Used to get rid of "bad" blood containing yellow fever or various "other" contaminates.

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Q: What were 5 diseases medicines and treatments in the new world during the 1700s?
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