Poison Fact: Rocks with naturally occurring holes, also called hag stones, witch stones, and snake’s eggs, were once used in Europe to pull poison from snakebites.
(photo by leatherdykeuk)

Poison Fact: Rocks with naturally occurring holes, also called hag stones, witch stones, and snake’s eggs, were once used in Europe to pull poison from snakebites.

(photo by leatherdykeuk)

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    Hang them by a ribbon on a door knob or window frame to keep out witches. (England)
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