Experiential knowledge regarding an henhenet growth, that has developed due to a displacement of agents of disease*: When you identify an henhenet growth that has developed as a result of the displacement of agents of disease* ›in all body parts of a man‹ (and) you find it has the consistency of a khesed growth that deteriorates, where the skin/outer layer is firm, but not too much, (and) when it (i.e. the henhenet growth) is deteriorating with/in the form of pus inside its body, then you say for this: “(This is some-)one with an henhenet growth due to agents of disease* that has produced pus. (This is) a disease that I shall treat.” (And) you then prepare a remedy for this to break up the accumulated material (and to) draw out the pus: Tun plants, fruit/seeds from the tehwa plant, propolis 〈solution〉*, Lower Egyptian salt, bottle gourd, mustard plant*, flour from ama’a grains (of barley/emmer), cow pea flour, beef fat, wax. To be cooked. (The affected area) is bound with this, so that he will be healthy.
›‹Parts of Eb 858 added to the right of the column, actual position indicated by X