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Author: Sadler, John, 1615-1674.
Title: Enchiridion medicum:: an enchiridion of the art of physick. Methodically prescribing remedies in such an order, that it may be accounted to the sick-man a sanctuary, and to the studious a library: containing a salubrious remedy for every malady incident to the body of man. Very necessary to be known and understood of all that desire their own health. / Written in Latine, by our learned country-man John Sadler Dr. in Physick: translated, revised, corrected and augmented by R.T.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Enchiridion medicum:: an enchiridion of the art of physick. Methodically prescribing remedies in such an order, that it may be accounted to the sick-man a sanctuary, and to the studious a library: containing a salubrious remedy for every malady incident to the body of man. Very necessary to be known and understood of all that desire their own health. / Written in Latine, by our learned country-man John Sadler Dr. in Physick: translated, revised, corrected and augmented by R.T.
Sadler, John, 1615-1674., Turner, Robert, fl. 1654-1665.

London: Printed by J.C. for R. Moone at the seven Stars, and Henry Fletcher at the three gilt Cups in Pauls Church-yard, 1657.
Subject terms:
Diseases
Medicine
Medicine
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92968.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his worthily respected friend, Mr. Christoph. Woodhouse of BERKHAMSTEED in the County of Hertford, Doctor in Physick.
To the Reader.
The Contents Tabulated Alphabetically.
THE Sick Mans Sanctuary: Or, the Studious Mans Library: Wherein The Remedy of every Malady is ranged into an Alphabeti∣call Order.
CHAP. 1. Aquae; or, Waters.
A Water for the Stone.
Another Water for the Stone.
A Water to disperse the Stone.
Another Water against the Stone.
A Cordial and heart-chearing Water.
Another Cordial VVater.
A Water against the Pthysick.
Another for the same.
A Water to corroburate the Ventricle.
A Water for the Asthma.
A noble and most excellent Water, to cor∣roborate a cold Stomach.
A Water to bring down the Tearms.
Doctor Sadlers Treacle, or Epidemical Antidote.
Boli; or, Bolusses.
A Bolus against the corruption of the Lungs.
A Bolus for the Collick.
A Bolus for the Gout.
Another for the same.
A Bolus against the Stone.
A Bolus for the Ulcers of the Reins.
A Bolus for the Ulcers of the Bladder.
A Bolus to allay the heat of Urine.
Another for the same.
Cerata; or, Cerates.
A Cerate for the inflammation of the Reins.
An excellent Cerate for a weak Stomach.
Another for the same.
A Cerate against Vomiting and the Im∣becility of the Ventricle.
Another Cerate against Vomiting.
A Cerate for a faint and weak Stomach.
An Excellent Cerate for the weakness of the Stomach, Spleen and Matrix.
A Cerate for the Spleen.
A Cerate against the hard swelling of the Womb.
An excellent Cerate against Weakness, In∣flammation, and pain of the Reins.
A Cerate for the Tumors of the Paps.
A Cerate for a Rupture.
Clysinata; or, Glysters.
A Glyster for a pleurisy.
Another for the same.
A Glyster against Choler.
A Glyster against Flegme.
A Glyster against Melancholy.
An Astringent Glyster.
A Glyster against the pain in the Head, called Cephalalgia.
A Glyster against Cephalalgia, proceeding from Flegme.
A Glyster against the Tympany and Chollick.
An Astringent Glyster to the Ulcers of the Intestines.
Collyria; or, Collyries, i. e. Waters for the Eyes.
A Collyry against Ophthalmia, i. e. an Inflammation in the Eye.
A Collyry corroborating the Eyes against Ophthalmia.
A Collyry for watry Eyes,
A Collyry against a cold Rheume in the Eyes.
A Collyry against Inflammations, Ulcers, and Rheumes of the Eyes.
A Collyry against the Dimness, Watryness, Redness, and Itching of the Eyes.
Another of the same Nature.
A Collyry for the scowring of Ulcers, and the dispersing of the whites in the Eyes.
A Collyry appeasing pain.
A Collyry cleansing the Eyes.
A Collyry for such as are pestered with the small Pox.
Another for the same.
Condita; or, Condites, or Opiates.
A cordial Condite.
A Corroborating Condite.
A restorative Condite.
An Antidotive Condite, or preservative against Infection.
Decoctiones; or, De∣coctions.
A Decoction against a hot burning Feaver.
Another for the same purpose.
A Decoction against Choler.
A pectoral Decoction against a Pleurisie.
Another for the same.
A Decoction against Flegme.
A Decoction against Melancholy.
A Carminative Decoction.
A Decoction for a Cancer.
A Decoction against the Venereal Dolors.
A Decoction against Serose or watrish Humors.
Another of the same Nature.
A Decoction for the French Disease.
A purging Decoction of the same Nature.
A Decoction opening obstructions.
Another Decoction much of the same Nature.
A Decoction against Melancholy.
A Decoction gently purging Sordid Humors.
A Decoction gently purging Choler.
Another much of the same vertue, recti∣fying the blood, purging Melancholy, and removing the obstructions of the Spleen.
A Decoction purging Melancholy.
A Decoction against the Dropsy.
A Decoction against Droptical Humors.
A Decoction provoking Urine.
A Decoction against the Inflammation and Opilation of the Liver.
A Decoction against such Diseases as pro∣ceed from humidity.
Electuaria; or, Electua∣ries.
An Electuary against the Epilepsy.
Another for the same.
An Electuary for the Epilepsy, and Suffo∣cation of the Matrix.
Another of the same Nature.
An Electuary for the Reins and the Bladder.
An Electuary purging the Bladder, and allaying the heat of Urine.
An Electuary cleansing the Reins, corrup∣ted with a Gonorrhea.
An Electuary proper for those who labour under the French Disease.
An Electuary purging both the Reins and Bladder.
An Electuary against the Stone.
An Electuary against the pains of the Bladder and Reins.
An Electuary against the hard Labour of a woman in Travel.
A Heart-chearing Electuary.
An Electuary against a sharp Loosness.
Another for the same.
An Electuary against the pain of the Cholick.
An Electuary against the pain occasioned from the stopping of the small guts, termed by Physicians Iliaco Passio.
An Electuary dispelling Winde, and windy vapours.
An Electuary for the Fits of the Cholick and the Stone.
An Electuary for such as cannot hold their Water.
An Electuary against the Plague.
An Electuary to revive the spirits.
A Preservative.
An Electuary or Antidote against the Plague.
An Electuary against the Flix Lienteria.
An Electuary for the Loosness Diarrhaea.
An Electuary for the obstruction of the Liver.
An Electuary for the impotencie of Coiti∣on; or rather, to provoke to Venery.
An Electuary provoking the Tearms.
An Electuary to stay the Courses.
An Electuary against the Falling-sickness, called Morbum Comitialem.
An Electuary against the Palsey.
Another of the same vertue, to prevent it.
An Electuary for the weakness and dimness of Sight.
An Electuary for an Inflammation and pain in the eyes.
For a Cough and Hoarseness.
Another for the same.
An Electuary for the Dropsie.
An Electuary for a Catarrhe, or, a Rheum distilling from the brain to the throat and stomack.
Another of the same vertue.
An Electuary for all sorts of Coughs.
An Electuary to purge the stomack of gross humours.
An Electuary for an old Cough.
Another for a continued Cough.
Another of the same nature.
A pectoral Electuary.
An Electuary for the afflictions of the Liver and Brest.
An Electuary to hinder Abortion.
An Electuary for the Hicket.
An Electuary to purge the Lungs.
An Electuary for ulcerated Lungs.
An Electuary to purge watry humours.
An Electuary for such as have a cold body.
An Electuary for Barrenness: or, A means to cause Conception.
An Electuary for a Rupture.
An Electuary against a Hectick Fever.
An Electuary for the yellow Jaundies.
An Electuary against the winde of the Spleen.
An Electuary for ulcerated Reins.
An Electuary for such as piss their beds.
Another for the same purpose.
An Electuary to procure sleep.
An Electuary for the vices of the Ventricle, Liver and Spleen.
A cordial Electuary for all commotions of the minde.
EMPLASTRA: OR, Emplaisters.
A Plaister for the Pleuresie.
Another for the same nature.
A Plaister for the Quinsy.
A Plaister for the stomach.
A Plaister to corroborate the Ventricle.
Another for the same.
A Plaister to stop the flux of a Catarrhe.
A Plaister to stay Vomiting.
A Plaister for the paine of the Spleen.
A Plaister against Worms.
Another of the same vertue.
A Plaister for such as piss in their beds.
A Plaister to prevent the coming down of the Matrix.
Another for the same purpose.
A Plaister to hinder Abortion.
A Plaister to be used when abortion is fear∣ed from a cold cause.
A Plaister to Corrode flesh.
A Plaister for the Tooth-ach.
A Plaister against the pain of the Gout.
A discussing Plaister.
A Plaister to stay the Whites.
Another of the same Nature.
A Plaister for the Dropsy.
Another for the Dropsy.
A Plaister for such as are troubled with swoundings.
A Plaister for a certain blackness in the Face, proceeding from a blow or contusion.
A Plaister to take away Corns.
A Plaister for the pain of the Head.
EPITHEMATA: OR Epithemes.
An Epitheme to corroborate strength.
Another of the same nature.
An Epithema for the affections of the heart.
An Epitheme to be used in hot burning Feavers.
An Epitheme for the Liver in hot fe∣vers.
An Epitheme for the Hemorrhoids.
ERRHINA: OR Errhines.
An Errhine for Choler.
Or thus.
An Errhine for flegm.
A stronger for the same purpose.
An Errhine for the ulcers of the Nostrills.
An Errhine for the Yellow Jaundise.
FOMENTATIONES. OR, Fomentations.
A Fomentation for the coming down of the Womb.
A fomentation gently inciting to sleep.
A fomentation to the gravel in the reines.
A fomentation against the windy swelling of the womb.
A fomentation for the reduess of the Face.
A fomentation for a Cough.
A fomentation for such as have pustulls or scabbs in their Faces, arising from a venereal cause.
A stronger for the same purpose.
A fomentation for a Pleurisy.
Another for a Pleurisy.
A fomentation for the Scurvy.
GARGARISMATA: OR, Gargarismes.
A Gargarisme mitigating pain.
A Gargarism to be used in a hot Catarrhe.
A Gargarism in a cold Catarrhe.
A Gargarism against a Quinsy.
A Gargarisme for a Quinsy in its greatest vigour.
Or thus.
A Gargarism to be used by such as labour under the small Pox.
Another for the same purpose.
Or thus.
A Gargarism to be used by such as la∣bour under a Feaver.
A Gargarism for the Relaxation of the Palate of the Mouth.
A Gargarism for the Epilepsie.
INCESSIONES: OR, Incessions; or a Bath.
An Incession against the Stone.
An Incession for the Cholick, and to bring down the Flowers.
An Incession against all manner of Flixes by the Fundament.
An Incession for the Gout.
JULAPIA. OR, Juleps.
A Julep for a hot Feaver.
Another Julep for a hot Feaver.
Another of the same Nature.
Or thus.
Another Julep for a burning Feaver.
A Julep for the Dropsie.
A Julep for spitting of Blood.
A Julep for such as labour under a Pleurisy.
Another for the same purpose.
Another for the same purpose.
A pectoral Julep.
A Julep for the Epilepsy.
A Julep for the Hypochondriack Melan∣choly.
A Cordial Julep.
LINIMENTA: OR Liniments.
A Liniment for such as labour under a Dropsy.
A Liniment for the Scorbutical and Droptical humors.
A Liniment for the Palsy.
A Liniment for the palpitation or panting of the heart.
A Liniment to cause sleep.
A Linament for the pain of the Gout.
A Liniment for the Cramp.
A Liniment to cause stifness of the yard, and to provoke to lust.
A Liniment to stop the Inordinate flux of the Tearmes
A Liniment for the Tearms that are stopped.
A Liniment for the affections of the Liver, from an inflammation.
A Liniment for the paines of the Earos.
A Liniment for the Wormes.
LACTES: OR, Milkes.
Almond-Milk for the Excoriation of the reines and bladder.
A Milke to allay the heat of urine.
Almond-Milk for the flix Dysenteria.
An Amigaalated Milk for a Feaver.
LIXINIA: OR, Liemade of Ashes.
A Lixinium for the Dropsy.
A Lixivium for the Dropsie and Gout.
LOCH: OR, Eclegme or Lohoc. i. A liquid Confection thick∣er then a syrup, and thin∣ner then an Electuary.
A Lohoc against a Cough.
A Lohoc for difficulty of breathing.
A pectoral Lohoc for gross and thick flegme.
A Lohoc for the Cough of Children.
A Lohoc for the Exulceration of the Lungs.
A Lohoc for the Asthma, which is a disease through the stoppage of the Lungs, causing difficulty of breathing, and wheezing
A Lohoc for a Pleurisy.
A Lohoc for a Catarrhe.
MASTICATORIA: OR, Masticatories; or Apophleg∣matisms: i. e. A Medicine chewed in the mouth, drawing humours from the Head.
A Masticatory for the Epilepsie.
A Masticatory for the Cramp and Palsey.
A Masticatory for the pain of the head.
PESSARIA: OR, Pessaries;
A Pessary to bring down the Tearms gently.
A stronger Pessary for the provocation of the Tearmes
A Pessary to stay the inordinate flux of the Tearmes, or to stop them when they continue beyond their course.
A Pessary to bring down the child in the womb, whether alive or dead.
A Pessary for a flux of blood.
A Pessary for the suffocation of the Matrix.
A Pessary to cause Conception.
A Pessary for the swelling of the womb.
A Pessary for the coming down of the womb.
A Pessary for the Molo, that is, a hard swelling, or a peece of flesh in the womb of a woman.
PILƲLAE: OR, Pills.
Pills purging flegm, Choler and Melan∣choly.
Wonderful Pills for the Gout.
Other approved and most excellent Pills for the Gout.
Purging Pills for a Catarrh.
Approved Pills for a dry Cough.
Others of the same Nature.
Other Pills curing a Catarrh.
Pills purging gross Humours.
Pills of the same Nature.
Pills to provoke the Tearms.
Pills to suppress the Tearms.
Pills against the white Fever, or the green Sickness.
Pills for the suffocation of the Womb.
Pills to bring down the Secundines.
Pills to procure Maids Tearms.
The Method to be observed in the pre∣paring of the afore-men∣tioned Steel.
Another prescription of Pills for the green Sickness.
The preparation of Sal Martis, or Salt of Mars.
Another for the same purpose.
Sudorifick Pills for the Venerean dis∣ease.
Pills for the Hemorrhoids or Piles.
Pills for the Epilepsy.
PIlls for the Epilepsy.
Pills for the Yellow Jaundise.
Purging Pills for a Gonorrhea.
Or thus.
Astringent Pills for a Gonorrhaea.
Or thus.
Other Pills for stopping a Gonorrhaea or flux of Sperm.
Pills for the worms.
Pills for the Hypochondriack Melan∣choly.
Pills for the Dropsy.
Other Pills for the same purpose.
Pills for the windyness and hardness of the Spleen.
An excellent Pill for the head and stomach, called the Viati∣can Pill.
Pills for the mother.
Pills for the pain of the head.
Pills for Rheum in the Eyes.
POMA ODORATA: OR, Apples to smell to.
An Apple against the Epilepsy.
An Apple for the plague, and the refreshing of Languishing Spirits.
A Pomander to perfume the body.
POTIONES: OR, Potions.
A Purging Potion against the Hypochon∣driack Melancholy.
A purging Potion against Choler.
A Potion purging flegm.
A Potion purging flegm, Choler, and Melancholy.
Another for the same end and purpose.
A Potion against the stone and the winde of the Spleen.
A purging Potion for the Jaundise.
Or thus.
A Potion for the flix Diarrhaea.
A purging Potion for the flix Dysenteria.
A Potion to bring down the Secundines or after▪birth.
A Potion to bring down the Tearms.
A Potion for the Mother.
A Potion causing sleep.
A Potion for the Dropsy.
Another Potion for the Dropsy.
A Potion to cause sweat.
Another of the same Nature, to drive any thing from the heart.
A cordial Potion.
A Potion of Mechoachan, purging saltish, watrish, and scorbuti∣cal humors.
A Potion clarifying the blood, allaying the heat of the Liver, and purging away all serose humors.
An excellent Ponado, broth, or water-gruel for a Cough.
Purging prunes.
PƲLERES: OR, Powders,
A Powder for the pangs of a woman after Travel.
Or thus.
A Powder to bring down the Tearms.
A Powder staying the courses.
A Powder for a Coagulated blood, occa∣sioned by a fall or a bruise.
A Powder for the preservation of sight.
A Powder against the stone.
A Powder for the Gonorrhaea.
A sneezing Powder.
A Powder for the coming down of the womb.
A Powder for obstructions.
A Powder to expell worms.
A Powder for a Cancer in the mouth.
SACCƲLI: OR, Bags.
A Sacculus to corroborate the head.
A Sacculus for the stomach.
A Sacculus cooling the Liver.
A Sacculus for the pain in the head, Cephalalgia.
SƲFFƲMIGIA: OR, Suffumigations.
A Suffumigation for an Asthma and ulcerated Lungs.
A Fumigation for a Catarrh.
A Fumigation for Hysterical fits.
Or thus.
A Fumigation for the coming down of the womb.
A Fumigation to provoke the Termes.
SƲPPOSITORIA: OR, Suppositories.
A Suppository for such as desire to go to stool, but can do nothing; called by the Doctors Tenesmus.
A Suppository for the Cholick passions.
A strong and sharp Suppository.
A common Suppository.
SYRƲPI: OR, Syrups.
A solutive Syrup against Melancholy.
A Syrup for a Hectick Feaver.
A Syrup purging the Spleen.
An Hydroptical Syrup.
A Sudorifick Syrup.
A purging Syrup for the French Pox.
A Syrup provoking the Tearmes.
A Syrup for the stone.
A Syrup purging the Reines.
A Syrup for the Scurvy.
Syrup of Lemons.
A Syrup for a cold.
TABELLAE: OR, Tablets.
Cordial Tablets.
Other Cordial Tablets.
Tablets for the Epilepsy.
Tablets for the Dropsy.
Tablets Corroborating the Ventricle and Matrix
Tablets against abortion.
Tablets against a Gonorrhaea.
Tablets cooling the Liver.
ƲNGƲENTA: OR, Unguents.
An Unguent against the disfigurement of the Measles.
An Oyntment to take away the prints of the small Pox.
An ointment for the Scabs.
An Ʋnguent to cool the Liver.
An oyntment against the worms.
VOMITORIA: OR, Vomiting Medicaments.
A Syr. of Tobacco to cause vomiting.
Another.
Another Vomit.
Or thus.
Another Vomit.
Or thus.
A Vomiting water of Tobacco.
A Vomiting Electuary of Hellebore.
A Vomiting Potion.