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|Issue Date:||04 Nov 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Medicine/huru: Lucia Sugo (Majune), kampong Kaju keri, tells about her 'huru wawi korene' ("huru pig jaw", which Pidhu who recorded her also "owns" and tells about in a recording). Sugo says she inherited this one huru as well from her ancestors through her parents. Curse-sign: A pig jaw is hung in a special way in the plantation in a tree to protect the harvest (scare away potential thieves), but she does not tell about that in the recording. The symptoms affect the jaw, which gets very sore, until all over. Sugo uses chewed areca nut and piper betel (sirih pinang), 'seku' (BI. kencur) and bone powder from pig jaw, and rubs the chewed stuff on the sore jaw. Recorded by Pidhu Sophune at her home 4 Nov - 15 in the afternoon with the H4N Zoom. With grandchildren (or grandchildren of her brothers and sisters) Ista, Riz, Wera Pajine. Portrait in SD1-249.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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