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The diseases were described as aches and pains, eye diseases, stroke, lameness, kidney stones, stomach problems, ear diseases, chills, rabies, breathing disorders, "foreign fire", "golden vein" (nice for hemorrhoids), seizures and "flen" - a disease that is nowadays called gastritis.
Anick Jansdotter from Grytnäs was paralyzed in the lower part of her body and her hands so contracted she could not feed herself. She lay in a house where the water was carried to her and sometimes Dr. Skragge himself took her to the well on a cart. When she had been bathing and drinking for two weeks she could start to sew, and after four weeks she could walk if she supported herself on benches and beds.
Johan Göransson from Tibble in Litslena had got three vertebraes violently dislocated seven years earlier. He walked with crutches and a very crooked back and hiw left arm was totally paralyzed. After drinking water from the well for four weeks, he could throw away the crutches and walk "as fast as anyone".He came back the next year and the regained the strength in his arm so he could "lift it up to his head".
Sigrid Johansdotter fromVästerås came to Sätra Brunn "blind and led by another wife, drank for a month and washed her eyes and could therafter discern and mention anything that was held before her"
The water was also known to "swing the cradles", which means to increase fertility. King Gustav III was prescribes a Spa-Cure when there were no heir. He chose between Sätra and Loka Brunn - Loka won that time! The water was also considered uplifting and good for depression and melancholy. It seems to have helped most ailments and many crutches and sticks have been left in the Well house through the ages. There used to be a special rack in the ceiling where these could be left when they were no longer needed.
All these stories of the "cure" are taken and interpreted from Samuel Skragges original handwritten notes that are kept in the archives at Uppsala University. They are beautifully written in old-fashioned Swedish with the funniest words and sentences - most of which are not as funny or translatable in/to English.