Fergus Fungal Budge was a kind of medical dressing soaked with fungicidal product that treated ringworm infections on the feet. It was available in three sizes. The medical dressing contained extracts of onion juice, jewelweed, and neem oil. It was not recommended for use by elves. An advertisement for this product appeared in the Daily Prophet in 1996. Ronald Weasley owned this product.
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- In the dictionary The Royal Dictionary, French and English, and English and French: Extracted from the Writings of the best Authors in both Languages (1729) by Abel Boyer and on TheFreeDictionary.com, "budge" designate a "lambskin" or a "Fur made from lambskin dressed with the wool outside, formerly used to trim academic robes."
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