A physical directory; or a translation of the Dispensatory made by the Colledg of Physitians of London

Publication Date1651
Remainderand by them imposed upon all the apothecaries of England to make up their medicines by. And in this third edition is added a Key to Galen's method of physick. Wherein is three sections. 1. The first section shewing the temperature of medicines, viz. hot, cold, moist and dry. 2. The second section (in nine chapters) treat of the apropriation of medicins to the several parts of the body, viz. 1 The head. 2 Breast. 3 Heart. ... 9 Joynts. 3. The third section (in 2 chapters) sheweth the properties or operations of medicines: 1 Emollient, 2 Hardning, 3 Loosning, 4 Making thick and thin, 5 Opening the mouths of the vessels, 6 Attenuating, ... 16 Breeding, or taking away milk, 17 Seed, 18 Easing pain. 19 Breeding flesh, 20 Glutinative, 21 Scarrifying, 22 Resisting poyson, 23 Adorning the body, 24, Purging medicines. By Nich. Culpeper, gent.
Extent[14], 138, [4], 139-184, [18] p.
Publisherprinted by Peter Cole, at the sign of the Printing-Press in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange





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