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Author: Pemell, Robert.
Title: Ptåochopharmakon, seu Medicamen miseris, or Pauperum pyxidicula salutifera. Help for the poor collected for the benefit of such as are not able to make use of physitians and chiurgians, or live remote from them. Also an appendix concerning letting blood in the smallpox. By Robert Pemel, physitian of Crane-brook in Kent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Ptåochopharmakon, seu Medicamen miseris, or Pauperum pyxidicula salutifera. Help for the poor collected for the benefit of such as are not able to make use of physitians and chiurgians, or live remote from them. Also an appendix concerning letting blood in the smallpox. By Robert Pemel, physitian of Crane-brook in Kent.
Pemell, Robert.

London: printed by J.L. for Philemon Stephens, at the Gilden-Lion, in Pauls Church-yard, 1650.
Alternate titles: Ptåochopharmakon Medicamen miseris Pauperum pyxidieula salutifera Help for the poor Appendix concerning phlebotomie in the small pox
Notes:
The first word of title is in Greek characters.
Includes table.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine, Rural -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A70776.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader, and more specially to my Friends and Neighbours of Crane-brook in Kent.
Vpon this help for the poor, col∣lected by Robert Pemel Physitian.
Against Burning and Scalding.
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Against burning with Gunpowder.
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For the same, if the burning be about the eyes or the eye-lids.
If the burning be in the face, use this.
For Burning, Scalding, Itch, Sore-Nipples, Piles both in∣ward or outward, Kibes or any inflamation, as also for a green wound.
Against green Wounds.
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Touching the virtues of the herb Clowns-wound-wort or All-heal, I have thought fit to insert in this place, that which is related by Mr. Joh. Gerrard, in his Her∣bal as may be seen in the last Edition thereof, Printed 1635. Lib. 2. Chap. 390. pag. 1005.
Against the shingles.
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Against Tetters, Ring-wormes.
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Against Biles or Fellons.
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Against Kibes and Chil-blains.
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Against the Itch and Scab.
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Against Bruises, and strains.
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Outward means.
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Against Blacknesse or Blewness of the face or eyes.
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Against Aches.
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To draw out Thorns and Splinters.
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Against bleeding of the Nose.
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Against the bleeding of a wound.
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Against the Piles or Hemor∣rhoides.
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Against bleeding of the Piles.
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Against a weak Back. Inward means.
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Outward meanes.
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Against the biting of a mad Dog, or any other venoumous creature.
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Against Deafness.
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Against dim and sore eyes.
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Against watering and itching of the eyes.
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Against spots in the eyes.
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Against Bloodshotten and red eyes.
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Against the Tooth-ach.
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Against an Ague. Inward means
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Against the cold shakings of Agues.
Against Agues. Outward means,
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Against the Collick, Stone, or Gra∣vel.
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For the Collick.
Against the Cough.
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Against the flux or loosness of the Body.
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Against the Gout.
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Against the yellow Jandise.
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Against the Small Pox or Mea∣sels.
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To preserve the eyes.
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To preserve the Throat.
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To preserve the Lungs.
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To take away the spots in the face after they are well.
Against the Dropsie.
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An Appendix concer∣ning Phlebotomie in the Small Pox.
An Alphabetical Table of the diseases in this small Treatise.
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