|Title:||A Rational discours touching the universal medicin.|
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A Rational discours touching the universal medicin.
[London: s.n., 1664]
Imprint from colophon.
Copy annotated in MS. at head of text: "A... an high Germane physitian comeing late by it of Muscovie high Germany & Holland hath not only this one specified but also many more medicines for to cure the greater distempers of men & women today. At ye three Cranes right agt. ye Sarracenshead in Channcery Lane at London 1. Januar. 1672.".
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
A Rational Discours touching the Ʋniversal Medicin.
SECT. 1. The Division of Medicins.
SECT. 2. The Nullity of a Specifical Pungativ.
SECT. 3. The Necessity of the Universal Medicin.
SECT. 4. The differenc between a Specifick Purgativ, and that which is Restorativ.
SECT. 5. The proper and genuin us of Specificks.
SECT. 6. The consistene of Medicins.
SECT. 7. The Us, &c. of this present Panchymagogum.
SECT. 8. An Account of the Author himself.