Heal a burn. Immediately rub French’s Yellow Mustard into the burn. The mustard stings momentarily, but then the burn stops stinging completely. Let the mustard dry and cake up. The result? No blistering or pain after washing off the mustard.
Prevent hens from eating their own eggs. Paint a little French’s Mustard on the eggshell.
Deodorize a bottle. Mix two teaspoons French’s Mustard with one quart water. Rinse well.
Get kids to eat their food. Let children use a squeeze bottle of French’s Mustard to make funny faces on hamburgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches—to make meal time fun time and encourage children to eat their artistic creations.
Soothe sunburn pain. Rub French’s Mustard on the sunburn to stop the stinging and prevent blistering. Let the mustard dry on the skin.
Relieve the symptoms of arthritis. Rub French’s Mustard over the afflicted joints, or empty a bottle of French’s Mustard into a bathtub filled with hot water, mix well, and soak in the mustard bath for fifteen minutes.
Soothe tired feet. Fill a pan with warm water and mix in three tablespoons French’s Mustard.
Spice up pretzels. Squeeze French’s Mustard onto a large, soft pretzel, or dip pretzels in French’s Mustard for a tangy treat.
Soothe heartburn. Aid digestion by using French’s Mustard as a condiment and cooking ingredient. Mustard’s properties for aiding digestion have never been disputed.
Relieve the symptoms of a cold. Rub a generous amount of French’s Mustard on your chest. Cover with a washcloth dampened with warm water and wrung out as an old fashioned mustard plaster to relieve congestion.