chapter  Chapter 7
Medical Management, Practices and the Hospital Experience
WithKatherine Bankole-Medina
Pages 21

. . .the niggers in slavery used to get sick. There was jaundice in the bottoms. First off, they would give a sick nigger some castor oil, and if that didn't cure him, they gave him blue moss. Then, if he was still sick, they had a doctor, which they paid to look after the slaves, to come out to see him.