Wyrtǣt

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Be ƿyrtǣte itt man ealle cynn ƿyrta, corna, hnuta, sǣda, bēana, and ƿæstma. Ƿyrtǣt is ǣgðer ge þēaƿ ge ūþƿitigung þe ālȳseð dēor of ƿrace and hit mæg þā eorþan gehealdan ƿið forspillednesse.[1] Ƿyrta eteras magon mid geþeahte ēac sƿilce missenlīce heortcōða hǣlan.[2] Þēahhƿæðere ƿyrtǣt mæg sume asprungennessa dōn and nis furðum on gioguðe sēlest.[3] Manige þāra ƿyrta eteras brūcaþ gōdre hǣle þēah sume lǣcas oft besprecað þæt nis fōda genōg for þǣm menniscan līchaman.

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