CAP. LII. De Phthiriasi.
〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉, is when a great abundance of small Lice infest the hairs of the eye-brows; by reason of nastiness and filthiness, in those especial∣ly that seldom or never wash, and keep them∣selves Page 91 cleanly, and such as use a naughty and cor∣rupt kinde of diet.
It is to be timely and seasonably cured, ne acres fluxiones concitet.
Ablutio palpebrarum decocto betae & staphisa∣griae laudatur: This Ointment following hath been often tried: ℞ Unguenti rosati Mesues, ℥ i. sulphuris vivi, staphisagriae, ʒ. ss. hydrargyri cum cum jejunâ salivâ extinct. ʒ i. fiat unguentum: Next follow the Affects, or things that are a∣miss in the flesh, that is, in the corners of the eyes.