When the Udder of a Cow is Bewitched (Spell)

From Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus, Joseph H. Peterson edition:

When the Udder of a Cow is Bewitched.

Take blue bottle flowers, of which make a wreath; milk every stroke back of the legs three times upon the wreath; after this let the cow eat that wreath, and speak the following words: cow, I here give you bottle flowers that thou wouldst give me milk at once, that will not sour. Furthermore, when­ever the cattle is driven out for the first time, in early spring, give to every piece of cattle a piece of beef meat about a half a finger long. This push down their throat after sprinkling it with a little salt. This will free them from becoming putrid and contracting erysipelas.

The grimoire Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus lists this spell.

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