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Medicines / Diseases. By: Emily Harver . Diseases. The main cause of disease was mostly from lack of hygiene. Typhoid was a disease that was spread from improper sanitation. “Black Death” was a disease carried by rats and was one of the biggest killers.

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By emily harver

Medicines / Diseases

By: Emily Harver


By emily harver

Diseases

  • The main cause of disease was mostly from lack of hygiene.

  • Typhoid was a disease that was spread from improper sanitation.

  • “Black Death” was a disease carried by rats and was one of the biggest killers.

  • In 1563 20,00 people died from the “Black Death”.


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Other common diseases
Other common diseases It was carried by fleas and transmitted from rats.

Malaria was spread by mosquitoes

Smallpox.

Scurvy was from not eating right.


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Cures It was carried by fleas and transmitted from rats.

  • Herbs were used to cure diseases.

  • Sweet smelling herbs were used to treat head aches.

  • Stomach aches were treated with wormwood, mint, and balm.

  • Pneumonia and Bronchitis were treated by liquoriceand comfrey, and they are also used in Bronchitis medicine today.


Elizabethan doctors
Elizabethan Doctors It was carried by fleas and transmitted from rats.

Elizabethan Doctors were covered head to foot, even wearing masks to prevent getting sick.

The Doctors wore long dark robes with pointed hoods, leather gloves, boots, and masks that looked like a birds beak which were filled with bergamot oil.

Amulets of dried blood and ground-up toads were worn at the waist. It was their custom to douse themselves with vinegar and chew angelica before approaching the patient.


Works cited
Works Cited It was carried by fleas and transmitted from rats.

  • http://www.insecta-inspecta.com/fleas/bdeath/Black.html

  • http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-family-life.htm

  • http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/springfield/eliz/elizabethanmedicine.html

  • http://www.z-r.frnkln.k12.il.us/shakespeare/megcod.htm

  • http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-medicine-and-illnesses.htm