A Cherokee formula for treatment of a “painful sickness” called the Ordeal Disease .The Cherokee name for this disease gives no idea whatever of its serious nature.
The Great Chill: The Cherokee Unawa´sti, “that which chills one,” is a generic name for intermittent fever, otherwise known as fever and ague.
This formula is from the manuscript book of A’yû´nini, who explained the whole ceremony. The purpose of which is to bring about the death of the victim
To Treat the Black Yellowness
This Cherokee formula, obtained from A’wani´ta, may be repeated by the doctor for as many as eight men at once when about to go to war.