Instructions concerning a wound in his forehead , smashing the shell of his skull .
If thou examinest a man having a wound in his forehead , smashing the shell of his head .
Thou shouldst prepare for him the egg of an ostrich , triturated
with grease (and) placed in the mouth of his wound . Now afterwards
thou shouldst prepare for him the egg of an ostrich , triturated
and made into poultices for drying up that wound. Thou shouldst
apply to it a covering for physician’s use ; thou shouldst
uncover it the third day , (and) find it knitting together the shell ,
the color being like the egg of an ostrich .
That which is to be said as a charm over this recipe :
Repelled is the enemy that is in the wound !
Cast out is the evil that is in the blood,
The adversary of Horus, on every side of the mouth of Isis .
This temple does not fall down ;
There is no enemy of the vessel therein .
I am under the protection of Isis ;
My rescue is the son of Osiris .
Now afterwards thou shouldst cool it for him with a compress of figs,
grease , and honey , cooked and cooled, and applied to it .