|Author:||Fedro von Rodach, George, fl. 1566.|
|Title:||Physicall and chymicall vvorks,: composed by Geor. Phædro, sirnamed the Great, of Gelleinen; viz. [brace] 1. His physicall and chymicall practise. 2. His physicall and chymicall cure of the plague. 3. His lesser chirurgery. 4. His chymicall fornace. Being the chymicall way and manner of cure of the most difficile and incurable diseases: as also the preparing those secrets; with the elucidation of the characteristicall cœlestiall physick. Selected out of the Germane and Latine language; by the industry of John Andreas Schenckius of Graffenberg, Doctor of Physick.|
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Physicall and chymicall vvorks,: composed by Geor. Phædro, sirnamed the Great, of Gelleinen; viz. [brace] 1. His physicall and chymicall practise. 2. His physicall and chymicall cure of the plague. 3. His lesser chirurgery. 4. His chymicall fornace. Being the chymicall way and manner of cure of the most difficile and incurable diseases: as also the preparing those secrets; with the elucidation of the characteristicall cœlestiall physick. Selected out of the Germane and Latine language; by the industry of John Andreas Schenckius of Graffenberg, Doctor of Physick.
Fedro von Rodach, George, fl. 1566., Schenckius, Johannes Andreas.
London: Printed for William Sheares, at the Bible in St Pauls Churchyard, near the little North doore, 1654.
To the courteous or candid READER.
to the reader
A Catalogue of the Cures performed by the speciall good Medicaments of George Phaedro, a Famous Physitian.
THE Medico-Chymicall Practise OF GEORGE PHAEDRO, A famous Physitian.
The Cure of Agues.
The cure of the Plague.
The liquor of Camphorated Treacle it made thus:
The Cure of the Head-ach.
The Cure of Madnesse.
The Cure of Epilepsie, or Convulsion.
Gutta ejusque species; the Gout and its kinde.
The Rectified Aqua vitae.
This following Receipt is good a∣gainst the Cramp.
Of distilling Rheumes in Mans body.
Our Panchimagogun is made thus.
Against all manner of symptoms of the Eyes.
The cure of Deafeness.
To restore the lost colour of the face.
Against rottennesse of Teeth.
Against the Squinsie.
Against the Heart-groaning of Children.
To cure the Gout.
Agaiost the rottennesse of the Lungs, and stinking breath.
Against shortnesse of breath Asthma.
Against the oppression of the Chest or Breast.
To cure the crudities of the Stomack, and its digestion.
Against the Spleen.
Against the Dropsie.
The cure of the yellow Iaundies.
The cure of Soda (a heat of the Sto∣macks Orifice.)
To cure Vomiting.
To cure the paine of the Stone Cholick.
Against the Stone of the Entrals col∣led constipation
To cure a Lask or Loosenesse.
Against the Piles, Emrods about the Womb or Fundament; The chops in the palms of the hands, and soales of the feet,
Against Womens Satyrials (or itching) unto Copulation.
Against the exulceration in the Kid∣neys and Bladder.
The cure of the Stone.
Against the Carcinoma or Canker of the Wombe.
To expell a Mola (a lump of flesh
To cure the two srts of Ruptures.
Against the rising of the Mother.
Of Hystericall passions, of the obstru∣ction of the Moneths, or their immoderate purgation, and of the Whites.
The Uterine Elixir is made thus.
The cure of the Venereall dsease.
Against the falling off of the haires.
For the exulceration of the throat.
For loose Teeth.
For the Virulent Gonorrhea.
Of botches, of or about the Privities.
The cure of Leprosie, and of Tinea.
The Bath is made thus.
The cure of a deform'd skin, running o∣ver the fae with a strange colour: for all manner of ill effects of hairs, and how they are to be mended.
To cure the scabs.
Against burnings and parts kill'd by frost.
Against Varices, when the Arteries or Muscles are swell'd and look black.
To cur venemous contagious diseases.
The cure of St Antonies sire.
The cure of Imposthumes.
The cure of Ulcers.
Against stubborne Ʋlcers, which will not easily close, by reason of rotten flesh, and other defects.
To heale a wound.
A Vulneraris Ʋnguent.
Our vulnerarie is made thus.
Our vulnerarie Balsame is this.
A Medico-chymicall curation, of the fal∣ling sicknesse.
The Pyricall Art for Me∣dicinall Salts prepared Chymically; By D. George Phaedron, that Famous PHYSITIAN.
The lesser Surgerie of George Phaeàron that famous Physitian.
The Chymicall Furnace OF GEORGE PHAEDRO. Which containeth the Compositions of the chiefest Secrets.
The Essence of Wine and of Herbes, from which are made Aquavitae's.
Liquor of Ophirizum.
The Oile of Pearles.
The tincture of Corals.
The essence of Antimonie.
The manner of the making is thus.
An Arcanum of the Quintessence.
Spirit of Vitriol.
The Philosophick Salts.
An Extract of Satyrion▪
How salt of Gemm, and the water of salt is prepared.
The essence of Sol.
A praecipitate of Sol.
Spirit of Wine.
Salt of Wine.
Alcolised Spirit of Wine.
The essence and forme of hearbes.
How the essence is drawn from hearbes.
Oleum Auri sive Axungia.
The Spirit of Tartar for sweating.
The oyle of Saturne and its Salt.
The essence of Antimony.
The use of the essence or tincture of Antimony
Theophrastus his Laudanum Opianum which he made use of against all manner of Agnes, as a Specificum.
The oyle of Realgar, or of Arsenick and its use.
The Butter of Sol ad AEscharum.
1. The purgation of Vitriol.
2. Purgation of Sal Armonicke.
3. To purge this Aquafort.
4. Purgation of Mercury.
5. Purgation of Antimony.
Rbeds of Antimony.
Of the oyle of wax, which is like a Balsame in curing of wounds.
A dissolved Unicerne.
Narcotick and diaphoretick Antimony.
Liquor of Tartar.
Oyle of Dwarfe Elder.
The judgement and expe∣perience of Doctor GEORGE PHAEDRO of Rodoch, in some Chymi∣call Medicaments.
In the Herculean disease or Epilepsie.
In contractures and Consumption.
Against the Imposthume in the head.
Against the Venereall disease and Pox.
Against the Dropsie.
Against the gripings and torments in the belly.
Against the Jaundies.
Against Ʋlcers and open sores.
Against excrescencies of the body.