Researchers from the University of Warwick in England took out their copper cauldron and started working on the recipe for Bald’s eye ointment. They threw it in completely according to the instructions of Cild garlic, onion, dry English white wine and bile from a cow and let it steep for nine nights.
Infected war wounds
Dr. Freya Harrison led the study, and she believes the ointment may work well against infected wounds, such as diabetic foot and leg ulcers. The ointment also had healing effects on respiratory infections, infected war wounds, but also surgical wound infections, scarlet fever, cellulite and rheumatic fever.
The English researchers do point out that the separate ingredients do not have the investigated effect separately. “The combination of all ingredients is necessary to achieve the full effect.”