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Author: Morel, Pierre.
Title: The expert doctors dispensatory.: The whole art of physick restored to practice. The apothecaries shop, and chyrurgions closet open'd; wherein all safe and honest practices are maintained, and dangerous mistakes discovered; and what out of subtilty for their own profits they have indeavoured to reserve to themselves, now at last impartially divulged and made common. Together with a strict survey of the dispensatories of the most renowned colledges of the world ... Containing, ... the Latine names of all simples and compounds English'd. ... the vertues, qualities, properties, quantities, and uses of all simples and componnds [sic]. ...the way of prescribing remedies; ... the nature, qualities, and symptomes of all diseases ... cautions for the applying all both internal and external medicines. To which is added by Jacob a Brunn ... a compendium of the body of physick; wherein all the medicaments vniversal and particular, simple and compound, are fitted to the practice of physick; and these forms of remedies now before prescribed by the famous P. Morellus, ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The expert doctors dispensatory.: The whole art of physick restored to practice. The apothecaries shop, and chyrurgions closet open'd; wherein all safe and honest practices are maintained, and dangerous mistakes discovered; and what out of subtilty for their own profits they have indeavoured to reserve to themselves, now at last impartially divulged and made common. Together with a strict survey of the dispensatories of the most renowned colledges of the world ... Containing, ... the Latine names of all simples and compounds English'd. ... the vertues, qualities, properties, quantities, and uses of all simples and componnds [sic]. ...the way of prescribing remedies; ... the nature, qualities, and symptomes of all diseases ... cautions for the applying all both internal and external medicines. To which is added by Jacob a Brunn ... a compendium of the body of physick; wherein all the medicaments vniversal and particular, simple and compound, are fitted to the practice of physick; and these forms of remedies now before prescribed by the famous P. Morellus, ...
Morel, Pierre., Brunn, Johannes Jacobus, 1591-1660. Systema materiae medicae., Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.

London: Printed for N. Brook at the Angel in Cornhil neer the Royal Exchange, 1657.
Alternate titles: Methodus praescribendi formulas remediorum elegantissima. English
Subject terms:
Medicine
Pharmacy
Dispensatories -- Great Britain
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Contents
frontispiece
title page
NICHOLAS CULPEPPERS Approbation, OR Rather his Wish after his perusal of that Famous, Morellus his Dispensatory.
The Epistle of JOHN WINAND Doctor of PHYSICK of the University of MONTPELIER.
The BOOK-SELLER To all ingenious PRACTITIONERS IN PHYSICK.
Prolegomena.
1. Of the Weights and Measures used in Physick.
2. Of Physical abbrevations, and Notes.
3. Of the differences of forms and distributions of this Tractate.
table of contents
publisher's advertisement
book 1
THE DOCTORS DISPENSATORY: OR THE APOTHECARY HIS SHOP OPENED. SECTION 1. OF LIQƲID MEDICINES.
CHAP. 1. Of Apozems and Decoctions.
Altering Apozems, or Decoctions.
Clarifying, and Aromatizing.
Of clarification see hereafter.
The use or form of prescribing is this.
A purging Apozem.
ANNOTATIONS.
CHAP. II. Of Julebs.
CHAP. III. Of Potions.
A Purging Potion
A Corroborating Potion.
An altering Potion.
A Potion for the Worms, and also Cordial.
A potion to hasten delivery of a Child.
CHAP. IV. Of Syrups.
The altering Syrup.
A Purging Syrup.
ANIMADVERSIONS of SYRUPS.
CHAP. V. Of Vomitoryes.
CHAP. VI. Of Medicinal Wines.
The Purging Medicinal Wine.
The Medicinal altering Wine.
CHAP. VIII. Of Almond Milk.
CHAP. IX. Of Barly Cream.
CHAP. X. Of Milk, and the whey of Milk.
CHAP. XII. Of Sugred Water, and Barly Water.
CHAP. XIII. Of Dyet-drink.
The altering Diet-drink.
An evacuating Diet, drink.
ANIMADVERSIONS.
CHAP. XIV. Of a Bochete.
CHAP. XV. Of Cock-Broth.
The altering Cock-borth.
The purging Cock-broth.
CHAP. XVI. Of the Restorative distilled liquor.
CHAP. XVII. OF Brothes:
THE SECOND SECTION Of the First Book: OF THE SOFT FORMS OF MEDICINES.
CHAP. I. Of a Bole:
A PURGING BOLE.
The strengthening bole.
CHAP. II. Of Opiates.
The purging Opiate.
The more usuall Officinall Opiates.
The use of the officinal Opiate.
The USE of the MAGISTERIALL Opiate.
The FORM of PRESCRIBING.
The strengthening Opiat.
CHAP. III. Of Lohochs, or licking Me∣dicines.
As to the Composition, 'tis various.
The USE of the Magisterial is the same.
CHAP. IV. Of Candied Confections.
THE THIRD SECTION Of the First Book. OF THE SOLID FORMES OF MEDICINES.
CHAP. I. Of Paste-royal, and morsels.
CHAP. II. Of a Pandaleon.
CHAP. III. Of Marchpane and Pineolates.
CHAP. IV. Of Tablets.
The purging Tablets.
The strengthening Tablets.
CHAP. V. Of Pills.
The purging Pills.
The more usual are,
ƲSƲALL PILLS.
Of the strengthening and altering Pills.
CHAP. VI. Of Troschiscks.
To the Troschischs are to be referred the Muscar∣dines.
CHAP. VII. Of Powders.
Purging Powder.
The strengthening powder.
Thus much of an internal powder.
book 2
THE SECOND BOOK. OF EXTERNAL REMEDIES.
CHAP. I. Of Epithemes, or liquors to be ap∣plyed to any part.
The liquid Epitheme.
The solid Epitheme.
CHAP. II. Of Lotions.
The Cephalical Lotion.
The lotion for the feet.
CHAP. III. Of a Fomentation.
The moyst Fomentation.
The dry Fomentation.
CHAP. IV. Of the petty Bath.
CHAP. V. Of a Bath.
CHAP. VI. Of a Stoveer Sudatory.
Therefore a stove is two-fold, a moist, and a dry. The moist
The dry Stove.
CHAP. VII. Of Embrocation.
Irrigation.
Embrocation.
CHAP. VIII. Of a Liniment.
CHAP. IX. Of Oyntments.
Animadversions.
CHAP. X. Of a Cerecloth,
CHAP. XI Of a Plaister.
CHAP. XII. Of a Spanadrap.
CHAP. XIII. Of a Cataplasme.
To Cataplasmes may be referred that which is usually called a Pultis.
CHAP. XIV. Of Rubifiers.
Dropax.
A Vesicatory.
CHAP. XV. Of Sacculets, or little Baggs.
THE SECOND BOOK.
CHAP. I. Of a Frontall.
CHAP. II. Of an Oxirrhodine.
CHAP. III. Of a quilt Cap.
CHAP. IV. Of a Collyrium.
The moyst Collyrium.
The dry Collyrium.
CHAP. V. Of a Gargarism
CHAP. VI. Of an Apophlegmatisme.
The liquid Apophlegmatisme.
CHAP. VII Of Dentifrices.
CHAP. VIII. Of Errhines, or sneezing Me∣dicines.
The purging Errhine.
Of that which is called absolutely an Errhine.
The sneezing medicine.
The altering Errhine.
CHAP. IX. Of Suffiments or Fumes.
The Suffiment for pleasure.
Suffiment for Health.
CHAP. X. Of Odoraments, or Perfumes.
Dry Perfumes.
Moist Perfumes.
CHAP. XI. Of the Scute.
CHAP. XII. Of a Pessary, and Nascall.
The purging Pesse
Of the altering and strengthening Pessary.
This of a PESSARY: Here follow, a NASCAL.
CHAP. XIII. Of a Suppository.
The Simple.
The Compound.
CHAP. XIV. Of a Clister.
A Purging Clister.
The altering Clyster.
CHAP. XV. Of divers Injections.
Of that into the Ears.
Of that into the Womb.
Of those for the Yard and Bladder.
Of those for Ʋlcerous Cavities, and Fistula's.
An Appendix of the doses of Purgers given in substance, of which there is frequent use in the treatise of the Composition of Medicines.
Cholagogues, or Medicines purging Choler.
Melanagogues, or Medicines purging Melancholy.
Phlegmagogue, or purgers of Phlegme.
Hydragogues, or purgers of Watrish humours.
title page
The PREFACE to the Students of Physick.
THE PROOEMIUM, OR PROLOGVE Concerning the Name, Definiti∣on, and distribution of the Materia Medica, or matter of PHYSICK:
THE FIRST BOOK. OF THE Ʋniversal Matter of PHYSICK.
PART 1. Of Remedies respecting the Morbifical cause.
SECT. I: OF ME DICAMENTS That respect the Cau∣ses offending in quality.
A Type of this Section.
Attenuaters, in Latine Attenu∣antia, Graece.
Of Cutters, in Latine Inciden∣tia, Graece.
Of Mollifiers, Latine Emol∣lientia, Graece .
Of such things as dissolve clotted Blood, or curdled Milk.
Of Cleansers, Graece. Latine, Detergentia.
Of Allayers of Acrimony, Grae.. Latine, acrimoniam retundentia.
Of Alexipharmacal Medica∣ments. Grae. , Lat. Venenis Resistentia.
Internal.
note to the reader
External.
The Second SECTION, OF THE FIRST PART OF The First Book. OF MEDICINES respecting the Causes offen∣ding in quantity.
A Type of this Section.
Preparers of the Humors, or Digestives:
Preparers of Choler.
Thickners of Choler.
Attenuators of Choler.
Preparers of Phlegm.
Preparers of Melancholy.
Preparers of the Body.
Of those that are properly called Purgers.
The First Classis of PURGERS, In which are handled the Chola∣gogues, or purgers of CHOLER.
CASSIA.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
Correction of it.
The Dose.
The manner of giving it.
MANNA.
The Kinde.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correctors.
The Dose.
The form of giving it.
TAMARINDS. The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose:
The manner of giving them:
JUYCE of ROSES.
The Kind.
Election.
The Qualities.
The Dose and manner of giving it.
RUBARB.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner of giving it.
A LOES.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose
The Forme.
MYROBALANS.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner of giving them.
SCAMMONY.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner of using it.
THE SECOND CLASSIS OF PURGERS, IN WHICH ARE CITED THE PHLEGMAGOGVES OR PURGERS OF PHLEGME.
CARTHAMUS.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correcters.
The Dose.
The manner of using.
A GARICK.
The Kind and Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose and manner of taking it.
TURBITH.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner of using it.
HERMODACTILS.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose and manner of using it.
MECHOACAN.
The Kind.
The Election or Markes of either.
The Qualities.
The Dose and Correction.
The manner of taking them.
COLOQUINTIS.
The Kind.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner of using it.
OPOPANAX.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
SAGAPENE.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correcters
The Dose.
EUPHORBIUM,
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correctors.
The Dose.
The manner of using it.
THE THIRD CLASSIS OF PURGERS, WHEREIN ARE TREATED THE MELANAGOGVES OR PURGERS OF MELANCHOLY.
SENA.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner.
The infusion.
POLIPODY.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner.
EPITHIMUM.
The Kind.
Black HELLEBORE.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
The manner.
The infusion.
LAPIS ARMENUS.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose.
LAPIS LAZULI.
The Kind.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Dose
The manner of using it.
THE FOVRTH CLASSIS OF PURGERS, IN WHICH ARE HANDLED THE HYDRAGOGVES OR PURGERS of WATRISH HUMOURS.
ELDER and DANEWORT.
The Kind.
The Dose.
The Ʋse.
SOLDANELLA.
The Qualities.
The Juyce of IREOS.
ELATERIUM.
The Election.
The Qualities.
The Correction.
The Dose
The Dose
ESULA or SPURCE.
The Qualities.
The Dose.
VOMITORIES.
The Gentle.
The Moderate.
The Violent.
DIURETICKS.
SUDORIFICKS.
THE FIRST BOOK. THE FIRST PART. THE THIRD SECTION. Of Medicaments respecting the cause that offends in motion.
The Type of the Section.
Thickeners, by the Latines Incrassantia, by the Greekes .
Repellers by the Latines Repellentia, by the Greekes .
Emplasticks, the same name is kept both in Greek, Latine and English.
Intercepters or Defensives.
Binders, by the Latines Obstruentia, by the Greekes . and .
THE FIRST BOOK. THE FIRST PART. THE FOVRTH SECTION.
The Type of the Section.
Relaxers, by the Latines Laxantia, by the Latines .
Discussers.
Consumers.
Drawers, by the Latines Attrahentia, by the Greekes .
Drawers forth or Extracters.
Blisterers, by the Latines Ʋesicantia, by the Greekes .
Ripeners, by the Latines Suppurantia, by the Greekes .
Openers of Imposthumes.
THE FIRST BOOK. THE SECOND PART.
The Division of this part.
Rarefiers, by the Latines Rarefacientia, by the Greekes .
Condensers, by the Latines Condensantia, by the Greekes .
Corrosives, by the Latines Adurentia, by the Greekes Pyrotica and Caustica.
The matter of the Cathereticks or the Con∣sumers of proud flesh.
The matter of the Causticks or Esearoticks, i. e. crust causing-Medicines.
Psilotres or Medicines that take off haire.
Agglutinaters or Closers, or joyning Medica∣ments, by the Latines Glutinantia, by the Greekes .
Wound Medicines or Vulneraries, by the La∣lines Vulneraria, by the Greekes .
Sarcoticks or breeders of flesh, by the Latines carnem generantia, by the Greekes .
Epuloticks or skinning medicines, but more properly Cicatrizers, by the Latines Cicatri∣zantia, by the Greekes .
Things that take away Sears, which for brevity sake may be called Scar Curers.
Things breeding a Calleus or hardnesse in joyning broken bones, may properly be called Call-breeders, by the Latines callum gene∣rantia, be the Greeks .
THE THIRD PART OF THE FIRST BOOK. Of Medicaments respecting the most common and most urgent Symptomes.
The Type.
Anodynes, by the Latines dolorem mitigantia, by the Greekes .
Narcoticks by the Latines Stupefacientia, by the Greekes .
Sleeping Medicines by the Latines Som∣nifera, by the Greeks .
Stoppers of Blood by the Latines Sanguinem sistentia, by the Greekes .
Refreshers of the spirits, by the Latines spiri∣tus reficientic, by the Greekes .
THE SECOND BOOK Of the particular matter of Physick.
SECTION. I. Of Remedies belonging to the head.
The Type of the Section.
Cephalicall medicines, by the Latines Capi∣talia, by the Greekes.
Internall.
Externall heating things.
Cold things internal.
Cooling external things.
Erthines, or, Snifting Medicines; by the Latines, Nasalia: by the Greeks,.
Dry Ones.
Moist Ones.
Sternutatories, or, Sneezing things: by the Latines Sternutatoria: by the Greeks.
Apophlegmatisms, or Spitting Medicines: by the Latines Pitissantia: by the Greeks.
Opthalmicks, or, Eye-Medicines: called by by the Latines and Greeks Opthalmica.
Oxidorcicks, or, Sharpners of the Sight.
Internal.
Externall Oxidorcicks, or Quickeners of Sight.
Anodynes, or Easers of Pain.
Repellers.
Discussers.
Cleansers.
Oticks, or Ear-Medicines: by the Latines Auricularia: by the Greeks, &.
The Hot are these following.
The Cold are these.
Odonticks, or Teeth-Medicines.
THE SECOND BOOK. SECTION II. Of Remedies of the BREST.
The type of the Section.
Cordials: by the Latines Cordialia: by the Greeks.
The Hot Cordials.
Cooling Cordials.
Expectoraters: by the Latines Expectoran∣tia: by the Greeks.
The matter of the Attenuaters.
External things.
The matter of the thickning lenifying things.
Pneumonicks, or altering Medicines for the Lungs.
Encreasers or Breeders of Milk.
The Internal.
External things.
Things drying Milk.
THE SECOND BOOK. SECTION III. Of Remedies of the inferior Cavity, viz. The BELLY.
The Type of the Section.
Stomachical Medicines.
The Hot.
External are
Cold things for the stomack.
External Coolers.
KILLERS of WORMS.
External things.
DISCUSSERS of WIND.
External things.
Hepaticks, or Medicines for the Liver: cal∣led by the Latines and Greeks Hepatica.
The hot internal.
External hot things.
Cooling Hepatical Medicines.
Externall.
Splenetick things: by the Latines Splene∣tica: by the Greekes.
The Hot.
The Externall are
Cold splenetick things.
Animadversion.
Nephriticall things i. e. Medicines appro∣priated to the reines or kidneys: by the Latines Nephritica: id in etiam Greè, ut etiam.
The Lenifiers.
Externall Lenifiers.
Lython tripticks, o breakers of the stone.
Alimentary things.
Cystick medicines, called by the Latines vesicae appropriata, by the Greekes.
INCREASERS of SEED: called by the Latines Semen gene∣rantia, by the Greekes.
Extinguishers of seed or allayers of blood: called by the Latines Semen extinguentia, by the Greekes.
Histericall medicines: called by the Latines Histerica: by the Greekes idem, usually Womb medicines.
Movers of the Courses: called by the Latines Menses moventia, by the Greekes .
Externall things.
Stoppers of the Courses.
Strengtheners of the Wombe.
Externall things.
THE SECOND BOOK. THE FOƲRTH SECTION. Of the Remedies of the LIMBS.
Arthriticall things, or things appropriated to the joynts, Latine and Greeke called Arthritica.
The chief Arthritical internal Medicines.
External things mitigating the heat & pain.
External things dissipating the relicts of the Humours and pain.
To these are numbred those which strengthen the Sinews; called by the Latines Nervos Roboran∣tia, by the Greeks.
External strengthners of the Sinews.
Cold strengthners of the Sinews.
An APPENDIX of Remedies for BƲRNINGS.
Of the first sort are,
Of the second sort are these Remedies follow∣ing.
Of the third sort are these.
list of medicines
Here follows an Expository INDEX of such Words as I was fain to use in the translating, for which our Lan∣guage hath not so fit Expressions that are Intelligible as some might wish; so that to satisfie them that might think I strove to speak strange Words, as some Novices use, to shew themselves more then they are: I have given an Exposition to make every word that is innovated by Me (and somewhat more) in∣telligible, if they have recourse to this TABLE, as they read and find words not facile to them.
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