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Author: Prevost, Jean, 1585-1631.
Title: Medicaments for the poor; or, Physick for the common people: Containing, excellent remedies for most common diseases, incident to mans body; made of such things as are common to be had in almost every country in the world: and are made with little art, and smal charge. This book is of admirable use for, 1. Purging medicines, for choller, flegm, melancholly, or watry humors. 2. Vomits. 3. Such things as evacuate by sweat, spittle, the pallate, nostrils, or insensibly. 4. Womens diseases. 5. Worms. 6. The stone. 7. Poysons. 8. The Head over-heat, or over-cooled. 9. The eyes. 10. The Joynts. 11. The nerves. 12. Breathing. 13. The heart. 14. The stomach. 15. The intestines. 16. And for diseases of ill conformation. 17. Or in faulty magnitude. 18. Or in number. 19. Or in scituation, and connexion. 20. Or in dissolved unity. First written in Latin, by that famous and learned doctor, John Prevotius, phylosopher, and publick professor of physick in Padua. Translated into English, and something added, By Nich. Culpeper, student in physick, and astrology.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Medicaments for the poor; or, Physick for the common people: Containing, excellent remedies for most common diseases, incident to mans body; made of such things as are common to be had in almost every country in the world: and are made with little art, and smal charge. This book is of admirable use for, 1. Purging medicines, for choller, flegm, melancholly, or watry humors. 2. Vomits. 3. Such things as evacuate by sweat, spittle, the pallate, nostrils, or insensibly. 4. Womens diseases. 5. Worms. 6. The stone. 7. Poysons. 8. The Head over-heat, or over-cooled. 9. The eyes. 10. The Joynts. 11. The nerves. 12. Breathing. 13. The heart. 14. The stomach. 15. The intestines. 16. And for diseases of ill conformation. 17. Or in faulty magnitude. 18. Or in number. 19. Or in scituation, and connexion. 20. Or in dissolved unity. First written in Latin, by that famous and learned doctor, John Prevotius, phylosopher, and publick professor of physick in Padua. Translated into English, and something added, By Nich. Culpeper, student in physick, and astrology.
Prevost, Jean, 1585-1631., Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.

London: printed by Peter Cole in Leaden-Hall, and are to be sold at his shop, at the sign of the Printing-press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange, 1656.
Alternate titles: Medicina pauperum. English
Subject terms:
Medicine
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90959.0001.001

Contents
book plate
title page
The Printer to the READER.
The Contents.
TO THE READER.
Mris. Culpepers Informa∣tion, Vindication, and Testi∣mony, concerning her Hus∣bands Books to be Published after his Death.
The Names of several Books Printed by Peter Cole in Leaden-Hall, London, and are to be sold at his Shop at the sign of the Printing∣press in Corn-hil, neer the Exchange.
Eleven Books of Mr. Jeremiah Burroughs lately published; also the Texts of Scrip∣ture upon which they are grounded.
Twelve several Books of Mr. William Bridge, Collected into one Volumn. Viz.
Six Sermons preached by Doctor Hill. Viz.
These several Books of Physick and Chyrurgerie will shortly be printed in English.
There wilspeedily be printed these Several pieces of Mr. Bridge of Yar∣mouth. Viz.
These Books of Divinity wil speedily be printed.
Mr. CULPEPER'S PHYSICK FOR THE POOR OR Common People.
The Begining.
Physicks that purge the Belly.
Strong Purgers in a Chollerick Cause.
Purgers in a Flegmatick Cause.
Purgers in a Melancholy Cause.
Medicaments that Soften the Belly.
Things that Molify the Belly in a Chollerick Cause.
Medicaments that loosen the Belly in a Flegmatick cause.
Medicaments that soften the Belly, in a Melancholly cause.
Lenitive Clysters.
Loosening Suppositories.
Purgers by the Belly.
When Choller Predominates, these Me∣dicaments are Convenient for a gentle Evacuation.
These Purge Strongly.
These Purge Violently.
These gently Purge Flegm, when it is predominant.
Strong Purgatives.
These Purge Violently.
A Drink.
A most pleasing Pouder.
A Bolus
Pills.
When Melancholly predominates, these will Purge gently.
These Purge strongly.
These Purge Violently.
When Watery Humors prevail, these will Purge gently:
Purging Clysters.
Sharp Suppositories.
For Vomiting Medicaments.
These move Vomit gently.
Purging Vomits.
Medicaments that Evacuate by sweat.
Medicaments that Evacuate by Spittle.
Medecines that evacuate by the Pallat.
Medicaments that evacuate by the Nostrils.
Medicaments that Evacuate Insensibly.
Digesters.
Discussives.
Rubificatives.
Medicines that augment necessary Matter, where it is deficient.
Medicaments that encrease Milk.
Things that encrease Sperm, or Seed.
Medicaments that alter the Cause of the Disease.
Medicaments that prepare Choller.
Preparatives for Flegm.
Preparatives for Melancholly.
Medicaments that allay Acrimony.
Scouring Medicaments.
Remedies to soften hard things.
Remedies that move Preternatural Matter that lieth stil.
Remedies that move the Courses.
Helps for Delivery.
Remedies to drive out the Secundine.
Remedies to open the Hemorroids.
Remedies to force out the dead Child.
Remedies that quiet the Matter, that is Carried with a wrong Motion.
Remedies that Root out the Cause that is offensive in the whole substance.
Remedies for Worms.
Remedies to Break the Stone.
Remedies that move Corruption.
Remedies contrary to Poysons.
Remedies for Symptoms that are Ʋrgent.
Medicaments that alter a Sick distemper of the whole Body, and of the Parts.
Medicaments that alter the Head.
Altering Remedies for the Eyes.
Arthritick Remedies.
Remedies for the Nerves.
Remedies for the parts of Breathing.
Cordials.
Stomach Remedies.
Remedies that alter the Intestines.
Remedies for the Matrix.
Remedies of Diseases in ill Conformation.
Remedies of Diseases in faulty Magnitude.
Remedies for Diseases in Number.
Remedies of Diseases in Situation and Connexion.
Remedies of Diseases in dissolved Ʋnity.