¶Of Enula. chap. 58.
ENula is an hèarbe, and is oft called E∣nula Campana, and thereof is double kinde, the one groweth in gardens, & the other in fields, and hath more vertue in the roote, for the roote shall be gathered in the beginning of Summer, and dryed in the Sunne, that it be not corrupt with moysture, and hath vertue to plaine and smooth, and to cleanse and purge, and to comfort the sinewes, and to consuins and moyst gleymie humour, & helpeth won∣derfully against colde cough that is coo∣led, and against colde passions and euills of the spirituall members. Thereof it is written in Macers booke:
The meaning is, that this hearb ma∣keth ye breast & spiritual membes whole and sound.
(*Inula, and Enula Campana, of some Elecampane, Scabwort, & Horse-héele,)