Naturall experiments, or Physick for the poor

Publication Date1657
RemainderThe first part. Containing, 1. Severall approved medicines for all diseases. 2. Rules and directions, for purging; with many physicall and chyrurgicall observations. 3. The way of making oyles, ointments; pultises, plaisters and drinks, with such things only as grow in England, and are commonly known. Being a compleat method of physick, so plain and easie that the meanest capacities may attain it. The second part. Containing severall quaint experiments, both profitable & delightfull. By Tho: Law. Student in physick
Extent[8], 160, [14] p.
Publisherprinted by R.D. and are to be sold by Edward Farnham, in Popes head Alley neer Cornhill


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