|Title:||A treatise of the vertues and uses of several panacea's or most infallible remedies in physic. By James Massard one of the most ancientest doctors of the Colledge of Grenoble. Nov. 20th. 1685. This may be printed, Rob. Midgley.|
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A treatise of the vertues and uses of several panacea's or most infallible remedies in physic. By James Massard one of the most ancientest doctors of the Colledge of Grenoble. Nov. 20th. 1685. This may be printed, Rob. Midgley.
London: printed for the author dwelling at present at Oliver Martinet a taylor, at the Kings Arms in New-Street near Covent Garden, 1685.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Medicine, Popular -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800.
CHAP. I. The Vertue of the Panaceas or Ʋniversal Remedies.
CHAP. II. The vertues and use of potable Gold.
CHAP. III. The Vertues of the great Panacea.
CHAP. IV. Vertues, and use of Flowers of Silver.
CHAP. V. The Vertues of the aperitive Panacea.
CHAP. VII. Of the Vertues of the precipitate of Paracelsus.
CHAP. VII. Vertues and use of the refreshing Panacea.
CHAP. VIII. For hollow Teeth.
CHAP. IX. A Plaister for the healing of Wounds, Ʋl∣cers and Swellings.
CHAP. XI. An Oyntment for the inflammation of the Eyes.