Nobody found a cure, its just that the people taht survived developed an immunity, and their children had it, also, not everyone caught it, just a lot did, and most died, but no cure was found.
Asked in Middle Ages, Black Death (Plagues)
What was the most successful cure for the black plague in the middle ages?
There never was a cure for the Black Death or the Plague. And the great fire of London occurred in 1666, many years after the Plague of 1348. ...
Asked in Health, Middle Ages, Black Death (Plagues)
Was there a cure to the black plague in 1347?
No, there was no cure to the black plague in 1347. Doctors of that days were completely unable to find any cure of black plague. They tried to use different cures like- arsenic, cooked onion,crushed emeralds,sitting in the sewers etc. But those didn't work. ...
What was the cure in the black death?
There was only a cure available for the bubonic plague, (one of the plgaues of the two plagues of the black death), the main cure which in some cases worked was to pop the boils which were side affects of the plague and letting the puss out would somehow eliminate the plague from the body. ...
What is the cure called for black death?
No cure has been found. __ Black death, also known as Plague can be treated successfully with antibiotics like streptomycin, gentamicin, doxycycline, or ciprofloxacin. Prompt treatment is needed or the antibiotics are not as effective. ...
Was there ever a cure for the black death?
The Black Death was a medieval outbreak of the bubonic plague. Prior to the 20th century, there was no effective cure. Now, we can cure it with antibiotics, if it is diagnosed early enough. ...