CAP. LXIV. De Nebula.
NEbula, or the little cloud, is the colour of the tunicle Cornea, altered and changed by a subtile humor flowing forth.
That which is prevalent in this case, is, the pouder of Margarites, prepared in the water of Roses and Fennel: As also Saccharum albissi∣mum (candi dictum) in aqua euphrasiae, chelido∣niae aut foeniculi dissolutum: Vide Forestum, lib. 6. observat. 56. ubi reperies infantem à nebulis hoc saccharo curatum.
Amatus Lusitanus reports, that he cured thick clouds in the eye of a girl twelve years of age, post decocti salsaeparillae exhibitionem per viginti dies, sequenti Collyrio.
℞ Mellis in ipso favo, lb. ii. summitatum foe∣niculi, flor. sambuci, euphrasiae, ana, P. ii. sacchari candi, ℥ iv. Destillentur in B. M. & aqua instille∣tur in oculos.
Lastly, The yellow colour of the jaundies, which appears most in the eyes, when the jaun∣dies is cured, is easily discussed, by taking the sume of Vinegar into the eyes, si curam accelera∣re velis.