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Author: Croll, Oswald, ca. 1560-1609.
Title: Bazilica chymica, & Praxis chymiatricæ, or, Royal and practical chymistry in three treatises : wherein all those excellent medicines and chymical preparations are fully discovered, from whence all our modern chymists have drawn their choicest remedies : being a translation of Oswald Crollius, his Royal chymistry, augmented and inlarged by John Hartman : to which is added his Treatise of signatures of internal things, or, A true and lively anatomy of the greater and lesser world : as also, The practice of chymistry of John Hartman, M.D., augmented and inlarged by his son / all faithfully Englished by a lover of chymistry.
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Print source: Bazilica chymica, & Praxis chymiatricæ, or, Royal and practical chymistry in three treatises : wherein all those excellent medicines and chymical preparations are fully discovered, from whence all our modern chymists have drawn their choicest remedies : being a translation of Oswald Crollius, his Royal chymistry, augmented and inlarged by John Hartman : to which is added his Treatise of signatures of internal things, or, A true and lively anatomy of the greater and lesser world : as also, The practice of chymistry of John Hartman, M.D., augmented and inlarged by his son / all faithfully Englished by a lover of chymistry.
Croll, Oswald, ca. 1560-1609., Hartmann, Johann, 1568-1631., Lover of chymistry., Hartmann, Johann, 1568-1631. Praxis chymiatrica. English.

London: Printed for John Starkey ... and Thomas Passinger ..., 1670.
Alternate titles: Basilica chymica. English
Subject terms:
Pharmacy -- Early works to 1800.
Therapeutics -- Early works to 1800.
Signatures (Medicine)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A35064.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
A POSTSCRIPT TO THE READER.
Errata's in the Treatise of Signatures.
Royal (a) Chymistry.
I. Ʋniversal Digestives or Maturative Medicaments.
Vitriolate Tartar (a).
OBSERVATIONS.
Virtues of the Vitriolate Tartar.
II. Vomitories.
Gilla (a) of Theophrastus, or, Salt of Vitriol.
Sharp Phlegme of Vitriol.
White (a) Vomitive Vitriol.
Use and Dse of Gilla and Salt of Vitriol.
Aqua Benedicta.
Preparation of Crocus of Metals.
Use of Crocus of Metals.
Dr. Hartmanus his Aqua Benedicta.
Dr. Hartman's Vomitive Syrup.
Cautions in exhibiting Aqua Benedicta, and others in this place exceeding necessary.
III. A Resolving Mundefying Cathartick of greater virtue, than such as are of Scammony and Coloquintida (a).
Observations.
Mineral Turbith (a).
Precipitate Mercury.
Observations.
Virtues.
Dose and Use.
A most excellent Purgation of Mercury.
A famous Precipitation of Mercury.
Solar precipitate Mercury.
Aurum-vita.
Yellow Diaphoretick Precipitate.
Anti-venereal Precipitate Mercury.
1. Mercurius Gryseus: only purging.
2. Incarnative precipitate Mercury.
3. Yellow Precipitate.
4. Green Precipitate.
Use and Dose.
A more Compendious way of preparing the Coralline Arcanum.
A most Compendious way of preparing the Coralline Arcanum.
Dr. Hartman's Minoral Laudanum.
The way of precipitating Mercury per se.
Mercurius dulcis, or Quercetanus his Panchymagogon.
Another Mercurius dulcis.
A Water profitable against Scabs, Fistula's, and malignant Ulcers.
Flowers (a) of Butter of Antimony.
Use and Virtues.
Dose.
Philosophick Spirit of Vitriol.
Flowers of Antimony corrected. (a)
Ʋse, Virtues, and Dose.
White Flowers of Antimony.
Red Flowers of Antimony.
The most commodious way of preparing Flowers of Antimony.
Double Antimonial Pills.
Sulphur of Vitriol.
Tincture of Gold.
Electuary (a) of Antimony.
Virtues.
Dose.
Cautions in exhibiting Antimony and Turbith.
Other glasse of Antimony excellently corrected.
Balls made of glasse of Antimony, good against Fevers.
Panchymagogon (a).
Diamber, (c) of each ℥j.
Use and Dose.
Another Description.
Purging Spirit of Vitriol.
Another way not less noble.
Another description.
Another Panchymagogon.
Extract of Mechoacanna.
Extract of Coloquintida and Scammony, useful to incorporate prepared flowers of Antimony, of which mention is often made above.
The true preparation (a) of Scammony.
Dose and Use.
The best preparation of Scammony.
Dose.
A more short preparation of Scammony.
Specificum purgans of Paracelsus (a).
A more easie way of preparing in re-iterating the Operation the second time.
Salts of Herbs are thus prepared.
Virtues, Doses and manner of exhibiting.
A more easie way of preparing Specificum purgans of Paracelsus.
The Magistrale method of Arcanums and Vegetables.
IV. Diuretick (a).
I. Salt of Amber (a).
Dose and use.
II. Spirit of Salt (a).
Use and Dose.
Observations of the Spirit or Oyle of Salt.
Here follow the virtues and use of this Oyle, according to Paracelsus.
Dose.
It's external use.
Compounded Spirit of Salt.
Also from Sea salt a sweet Oyle may be made in this manner.
Crystals of Salt sweet like Sugar.
Spirit of Salt Nitre (a).
Dose and Use.
V. Diaphoretick.
Diaphoretick (d) Antimony.
Virtues and Use.
The true Preparation of Solat Bezoar.
A Solar Diaphoretick of Korndorfferus.
Diaphoretick Antimony, or fixed Antmony.
Various Mineral Bezoardicks.
Simple Mineral Bezoar.
Scheunemannus his Bezoardick.
Solar Bezoar.
Lunar Bezoar.
Saturnine Bezoar.
Joviale Bezoar.
Martiale Bezoar.
Venereal Bezoar.
Mercurial Bezoar.
Spirit of Tartar.
Olservation.
Virtues and Ʋse.
Aperitive compounded Spirit of Tartar.
Sulphur or the true tincture of Tartar.
Diaphoretick in peracutis of Paracelsus, or Mixtura simplex.
Transparent Gold.
Panacea of Sulphur of Antimony.
VI. Confortative.
Salt (d) of Oriental Pearls.
The Use and Virtue of Salt of Pearls.
Dose.
Arcanum of Pearls.
Quintessence of Pearls.
Salt (a) of Corals.
Ʋse and Virtues of Salt of Corals.
Dose.
The first way of preparing Tincture of Corals.
The second way of preparing Tincture of Corals.
Liquors (a) of Gemms, as Rubies, Granates, Hyacinths, Topazes, Amethysts, Chry∣stals, and also of Flints are thus prepared.
Radicate Vinegar which Huserus called Vinegar of Turpentine, the true Men∣struum of all Hard Stones.
Oyle of Cinnamon.
Virtues and Use.
Elixit (a) Proprietatis of Paracelsus.
Virtues and Ʋse.
Dose.
Confortative Balsomes (a) thickned by the benefit of Wax.
Balsom of Fennel.
Essencified Amber.
VII. Anodynes, (a) Mitigative, Asswaging, and Somniferous.
Laudanum (b) of Paracelsus of laudable Virtues.
Observations in preparation of Laudanum.
The Specifick Anodyne of Paracelsus.
A sincere description of Laudanum Opiat.
The use of Laudanum Opiat.
Laudanum without Opium.
Epileptick Laudanum.
Hysterical Laudanum.
Electuary of Laudanum.
Virtues and Ʋse of Laudanum.
Dose.
VIII. Odorifick.
subpart
Virtues and use.
A Specifick (a) Medicament of all the seven principal Members.
Use and Dse.
Specifick Capital.
Spirit of Vitriol.
Sweet Oyle of Vitriol.
Another Description (a) of Spirit of Vitriol.
Antepileptick Spirit of Vitriol of Children.
An Epileptick Medicament.
Ʋse and Dose.
Antepileptick Confection of Paracelsus.
Galreda, or Gelatina of Mans-skull.
Apoplectick.
A famous Apopletick Aqua vitae.
Oyle of Amber.
Salt of Amber.
Virtues of Oyle of Amber.
Dose.
The Artificial Preparation of white Amber.
The external use of Oyle of Amber.
Apoplectick Balsome (a).
Opthalmick.
Use.
The way of Application.
Odontalgick (a).
An Anodyne Oyle.
Ʋse.
Another Water of Like efficacy.
Pectorale.
Cordiale.
The best way of distilling Spirit of Urine, and of Wine.
A more sincere continuation of Aurum potabile.
A Type of Corporeal Aurum potabile.
Stomachal Oyle of Vitriol of Mars and Venus.
Virtues and Use of this Oyle of Vitriol.
Dose.
Cautions.
Hermaphroditical Vitriol.
Uterine.
I. Elixir Uterine
Ʋse and Dose.
II. A Compounded Powder.
III. Extract of Ox-spleen.
Observation.
Extract of Bullocks-liver.
IV. Salt of Tin.
Virtues and Ʋse.
A singular Water, in which the aforesaid Salt is wont to be exhibited, to such as are afflicted with Hysterical Passions.
Liquor of Tin.
Febrile.
Ʋse and Dose of the Powder.
A singular Water, in which the aforesaid Salt is wont to be exhibited, to such as are afflicted with Hysterical Passions.
Liquor of Tin.
Febrile.
Ʋse and Dose of the Powder.
Pestilential.
Pestilential Elixir.
Virtues, Ʋse, and Dose.
Flowers of Sulphur.
Virtues, Use, and Dose of Flowers of Sulpher.
Treacle Water.
Virtues, Use, and Dose.
exton of Paracelsus (a).
A Mass for making of constellate Amulets or Pentacles.
Use.
Zenexton for Rich and Noble Persons.
Other Zenextons.
Mercurial Zenexton.
Zenexton Arsenical.
Arsenical Magnet.
A Plaister of Arsenical Magnet.
Podagrick.
Pedagrick Balsome I. (k).
Podagrick Balsom, II.
An Anodyne Unguent.
Virtues and Use.
Liquor of Sope.
Nephritick.
Salt good against the Stone.
Use, Virtues, and Dose of the Salt.
Two Observations.
Powder of Onisks.
Hydropick.
An Hydropick Purging Specific.
Ruland's Extract of Root of Esula.
Water of Earth-norms.
Dysenterical.
A Dysenterick Powder of admirable virtue.
Virtues, Ʋse and Dose.
Essence of Crocus Martis.
Virtues of the Essence of Crocus Martis.
Dose.
Venereal.
Essence of Satyrion.
Virtues, Ʋse, and Dose.
The way of preparing Crystalline Salts of Vegetables, or transparent like Nitre.
Another way.
Venenate.
I. Treacle of Mumy.
Virtues, Ʋse, and Dose.
II. An Arcanum of Theophrastus, most excellent against every kind of venome, of which kind are Sublimate Mercury, Arsenick, Wolf-bane, Powder of the Adamant (a), Person of Spiders and Toads, Thora, the Brains of a Cat (b), Menstrues.
Ʋse and Dose.
III. Alcohol of Serpents (a) especially of Vipers, is a Remedy against all Poysons, as well.
Externals.
Vulnerary (a), Ulcerous, Pustulous, Mundefying, Mitigating, Conso∣lidating.
Virtues and Use.
Balsome of St. Johnswort.
A Stictick (a) Playster.
A most excellent Stictick Plaister for Wounds and Ulcers caused by a strake, &c.
The irtues of this Playster are innumerable. In the Sublunary Globe there is not found a more efficacious.
Another description of Paracelsus his Oppodeldoch.
An Efficacious Medicinal Stone (a).
Virtues and use.
The way of using.
Another more breif description of Lapis Salutis.
Another Description of Mr. John Greiff.
A Mercurial Water.
Salt, Butter, Sugar, or Honey of Sature.
Virtues and Ʋse.
The Composition of Sperniola (a).
Virtues and Use.
A Cosmetick against Blemishes of the Face.
Use.
A Cosmetick made of Bulls-galls.
A Cosmetick of Crabs.
A smetick of Talk.
The Sympath k Oyntment, or Stellate of Paracelsus.
Use and Virtues of this Sympathetick Unguent.
Observations.
Moreover it is to be Noted.
A singular Alexipharmacon.
An excellent Diaphoretick Precipitate.
EPILOGUE.
title page
OSWALDƲS CROLLIƲS, PHYSITIAN AND Hermetick Philosopher, HIS PREFACE TO THE READER
OF SIGNATURES OF PLANTS Representing Humane Members.
Of the Head.
Of the Haires.
Of the Ears.
Of the Eyes.
Of the Nese.
Of the Gumms.
Of the Teeth
Of the Throat.
Of the Liver.
Of the Heart.
Of the Lungs.
Of the Paps.
Of the Gall.
Of the Spleen.
Of the Ventricle.
Of the Navel.
Of the Intestines.
Of the Bladder.
Of the Privities.
Of the Stones or Genitalls.
Of the Matrix and Womb.
Of the Reins
Of the Secundine.
Of the Back-bone.
Of the Shin and Bones.
Of the Nerves, and Veins.
Of the Pores of the Skin.
Of the Hands.
SIGNATƲRES of DISEASES.
Of the Apoplexy.
Of the Stone.
Of the Cancer.
Of the Chelick.
Of Skarrs.
Of the Dysentery.
Of Erysipela.
Of Epilepsie.
Of Excrescence.
Small Pox or Measles.
Sores of the Fundament.
Of the Fistula.
Of the Child in the Womb.
Of the Young growing to the Womb.
Of Fascination.
Of Bursting and Rupture.
Of Haemorrhagia.
Of the Hemrodes.
Of the Dropsie.
Of the Jaundies.
Of Pimples.
Of the Leprosie.
Of Maw-wormes.
Of the red Menstrues.
Wasted or Consumed Members.
Of Blemishes.
Of Knots in the Flesh.
Of Prunella.
Prickings of the Sides.
Of Phantasmes.
Of Panaricium.
Of the Pest.
Of the Deuxion of Seed, or the Gonorrhea.
Of the Kings Evil.
Of the Squinancy.
Of Scabs of the Body and Feet.
Of Scales or Scurf of the Skin.
Of Feet rough and Scaly.
Of the Cramp.
Of Bunches.
Of Sugillations.
Of Tartar of the Ventricle.
Of Retained Ʋrine.
Of Poysons.
Of Warts.
Of Wounds.
MEDICAMENTS helpful by SIMILITƲDE.
Venomous Diseases are for the most part healed with Proper Antidotes.
CORRESPONDENCIES OF SIGNATURES OF THE GREATER and LESSER WORLD.
part
Very many Mechanicks have learned their Science and Artifice from other Creatures. As
Physitians and Chyrurgions are taught many admirable Remedies of Diseases, from Brute Animals, in whom is a Natural Skilfulness, and an innate Medicinal ART.
Of Vomatives and Catharticks we have the use
A Corrolary.
CHYMICALL CHARACTERS
A COMPENDIOUS TABLE OF THE Foregoing Treatise of SIGNATURES.
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PROAEMIUM.
TO THE READER.
A POST-SCRIPT TO THE READER.
Material Errata's are thus corrected.
Practical Chymistry.
Digestives.
Vomitories.
Cathartick Vegetables.
Electuary of Sena Leaves.
Panchymagogon Vegetable.
Extract, or Rosin of Scammony.
Laxative Anniseeds.
Laxative Raysons.
Mineral Catharticks.
Diaphoreticks.
Diureticks.
Oyl of Wax.
Salt of Amber.
Confortatives.
Vinegar of Turpentine for Extracting Stones.
English Aurum potabile.
Another way.
Anodynes.
Laudanum without Opium.
Laudanum with Opium.
Another Laudanum.
Paines of the head.
Internalls.
Externals in pain of the Head.
Talking idly in sickness.
Insania, Mania, and Melancholly.
Mania.
Melancholly.
Hydrophobia.
Love-potions.
Phrensie.
Epilepsie in Children.
Epilepsie in those of ripe Age.
Apoplexy.
Medicines Antapoplectick.
Antepileptick Laudanum.
The true Oyl of Camphire.
Another way.
Apoplectick Balsom.
Paralusie.
Paralysie with the Cholick.
Memory.
Drousie Affects.
Watchings.
Lice of the Brain.
Vertigo.
Convulsion.
Jectigation.
Catarrhs.
Suffocative Catarrh.
Affects of the Eyes Equinting.
Paralysie of the Eye.
Imbecility and dimness of the sight.
Divulsion and ruption of the Ball of the Eye.
Whiteness and Cloudiness.
Swellings.
Sores of the eyes.
Carcinoma.
Epiphora.
Opthalmia.
Pain of the Eyes.
Imposthume of the Eye-lids.
Falling down of the Eye.
Tears.
Fistula of the Eyes.
Wheals and blemishes of the Eyes.
Haw, Cloudiness and Pterygium of the Eyes.
Inflammation of the Eyes.
Redness of the Eyes.
Hyposphagma.
Affects of the Ears.
Flux of the Ears.
Worms in the Ears.
Pains of the Ears.
Ringing in the Ears.
Sounding noise and hissing in the Ears.
Hardness or difficulty of hearing.
Deafness.
Imposthumation.
Affects of the Nostrills. Ozaena.
Hartmane's green water.
Burning sores of the Nostrills.
Cancrous humours of the Nostrills.
Polypus.
The stink of the Nostrills.
Smelling lost.
Coryza.
Constant bleeding at the Nose.
Haemorragia Critica.
Diseases of the Face and Mouth. Redness of the Face.
Wheals of the Face.
Small Pox, Measels, or other spots.
Blemishes by a stroake, as black and blew.
Pimples.
Ring-worms and Tetters.
Warts.
Spasmus Cynicus.
Paralysie of the Lips.
The clefts of the Lips.
Benummedness of the Teeth.
Blackness of the Teeth.
Looseness of the Teeth.
Tooth-ach.
Hollow aching Teeth.
Worn or wasted Teeth.
Rotten Teeth.
Flesh growing about the Gums.
Laxity, Putrefaction, and eating of the Gums.
Mundification of putrified Gums.
Swelling of the Gums.
Distillation to the knot of the Jaw.
Exulceration.
Cure of the dolours of the Teeth.
Affects of the Tongue and Cheeks. Ranula.
Paralysie of the Tongue.
Lost Speech.
The Taste depraved, lost and decayed.
Tumour of the Jaws, &c.
Inflammation of the Jaws.
Imposthumation of the Jaws.
Laxity of the Ʋvula.
Inflammation of the Ʋvula.
The Ʋlcers of Collumella, or at the mouth of the throat.
Putrefied and fetid Ʋlcers.
Ʋlcers of Lues-venerea.
Quinsy.
The bastard Quinsy.
The Affects of the Lights. Windy Lights.
Asthma, Orthopnoea, Dispnaea.
Suffocative Catarrh.
Stopping of the Breast.
Instammation of the Lungs.
Imposthume of the Lungs.
Hereditary Pthisick.
Pthisick not Hereditary.
Adhesion of the Lights.
The Plurisie.
Hoarseness.
Cough.
Spitting of Blood.
Affects of the Heart: Ʋlcers and St. Anthonies fire.
Lipothymia.
Swouning.
Palpitation of the Heart.
Little worms in the Heart.
Poysons.
Vices of the Paps.
Cancers.
The way of preparing the Blessed Powder:
Incarnative cleansing powder.
Affects of the Ventricle.
Ʋlcers of the Ventricle.
Stoppage of the stomach, or difficulty in swallowing.
Cardialgy, or pain at the heart.
Dilatation of the mouth of the Ventricle.
The stink of the Ventricle.
Intemperance of the Ventricle.
Loathing, and want of Appetite.
Hungriness.
Canine Appetite.
Longing: or the immoderate desire of Women with Child.
Malachia.
Thirst.
Crudity of the Ventricle.
Purified Salt ammoniack.
Balsom of Fennel.
Scucum Stomachale.
Digestion Lost.
Belchings.
Windiness of the Ventricle.
The Inflation of the Ventricle.
Tumour of the Ventricle.
Sighing or sobbing.
Nauseousness,
Vomiting.
Head-ach.
Choller.
Dolour of the Ventricle.
Animalcula of the Ventricle.
Imbecillity of the ventricle.
Affects of the Intestines. Obstruction.
Astringency.
Inflammation, Imposthume, Ʋlcer, Cancer.
Fistula.
Cholick and Iliack Passion.
Paralysie.
Slow dejection of the belly.
Flux of the Intestines.
Diarrhaea and Dysentery Epidemical.
Dysentery.
Tenesmus.
Flux of the Liver, or Dysentery of the Liver.
Purulent Excretion.
Maw Worms.
Ascarides.
Tinea.
Vices of the Fundament.
A Cleft.
Swellings, Warts, red Sores, Piles, &c. of the Fundament.
Hidden Hemroides.
Esula Lactescat, sine lacte Linaria crescat.
Deflux of Hemrodes.
Hemrodes stopped.
Falling down of the Fundament.
The frequent croaking of the belly.
Incontinency of the Dung.
Affects of the Liver.
Putrefaction of the Liver.
Imbeeillity of the Liver.
Cruent dejections of the Belly.
Tumours of the Feet.
Obstruction of the Liver.
Scirrhus of the Liver.
Tumour of the Liver.
Tumour of the Muscles.
Instammation of the Liver.
Imposthume of the Liver.
Ʋlcer of the Liver.
Affects of the Bladder of the Gall. Obstructions of the bladder.
Choller encreased in the bladder of the Gall.
The Stone in the bag of the Gall.
Diseases of the Spleen.
Obstructions of the Spleen.
A fomentation for the Hypochondries.
Scirrhus of the Spleen.
Inflammation, Imposthume and Ʋlcer of the Spleen.
Diseases of the Mesentery.
Symptoms of the Liver and Spleen.
The black Jaundies.
Hypocondriack Melancholly.
Atrophia or Consumption.
Cachexy.
Drossie.
Timpany.
There are three kinds of the Dropsie.
Ascites.
Anasarcha.
Vices of the Reins.
Obstruction of the Reins.
Exulceration of the Reins.
Nephritick Dolour.
The Stone of the Reins.
Affects of the Bladder.
Inflammation of the Bladder.
Imposthume of the Bladder.
Exulceration of the Bladder.
Priapismus.
Extinct or weak virility.
Gonorrhaea.
Virulent Gonorrhaea.
Ʋlcers of the yard.
Caruncle of the Yard.
Diabetes.
Incontinency of Ʋrine.
Difficulty in making water.
Stangury.
Heat of Ʋrine.
Pissing Blood.
Voiding of strings in Ʋrine.
Diseases of the Testicles.
Tumour of the Cods.
Bubonocele, Enterocele, and Epiplocele. Or, Burstings of the Belly.
Navel-burst.
Affects of the Womb.
Imposthumation of the Womb.
Imposthume and Ʋlcer of the Womb.
Sores of the Womb.
Schirrus of the Womb.
Extermination of the false Conception and Expul∣sion of the Young.
Wind of the Womb.
Dropsie of the Matrix.
Piles of the Womb.
Suppression of the Menses.
Luna vetus veteres; Juvenes nova Luna repurgat.
Extract of Ox-spleen.
Inordinate Flux of the Menses.
Distillation of the Womb.
Gonorrhaea in Women.
Suffocation of the Matrix.
Ascent of the Womb.
The falling down of the Womb.
Convulsion of the Womb.
Sterility.
Abortion.
Difficulty of Birth.
Impotency.
The Gout.
Species of the dolours of the Joynts.
Podagra and Chiragra.
Podagrical Balsom.
Leprosie.
Elephantiasie.
Lues Venerea.
Diaphoretick Oyl of Mercury.
Mercurial water.
The Scurvy.
Feavers.
Quotidian Feaver.
The intermitted Feaver.
Tertians intermitting.
Quartans.
Hectick Feaver.
Compounded Feaver.
Daily Feavers.
Malignant Feavers.
The method of curing Feavers.
Pestilence.
Pestilential Extract.
Cure of Externalls. Scabs.
The Volatile Scab.
Cynones.
Bunches.
Kings-Evil.
Contraction of the Members.
Dryness of the Members.
Laxation.
Tumours.
Phypella.
Buboes.
Carbuncle.
Epinyctis and Fellons.
Terminthus.
Hydrocephalum.
Timpany, and windy swelling in the Cods.
Windy Tumour of the skin.
Schirrus.
The Gangrene.
A swelling called Bronchocele.
Cancer.
Running Ʋlcers.
Sarcoma.
Varix.
Aneurisma.
St. Anthonies fire.
Phlyctaena.
Herpes Miliaris.
Ring-worm and Tetter beginning.
Itching.
Scurviness, or the wild Scab.
Ʋlcers, Dandref, and running sores of the Head.
Warts.
Corns.
Hard fleshy tumours.
Spots.
Pimples.
Black and blew spots.
The Gangrene and Sphacelus beginning.
Ʋlcers.
Fistulaes.
Wounds.
The vulnerary Balsome is thus made:
Ʋse.
Fractures, Laxation and Dislocation of bones.
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