|Author:||Rhodokanakēs, Kōnstantinos, 1635-1689.|
|Title:||Alexicacvs spirit of salt of the vvorld, which vulgarly prepair'd is call'd the spirit of salt., or, The transcendent virtue of the true spirit of salt long look'd for, and now philosophically prepared and purified from all hurtfull or coroding qualities, far beyond any thing yet known to the world : being both safe and pleasant for the use of all men, women, and children / by Constantine Rhodocanaces.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Alexicacvs spirit of salt of the vvorld, which vulgarly prepair'd is call'd the spirit of salt., or, The transcendent virtue of the true spirit of salt long look'd for, and now philosophically prepared and purified from all hurtfull or coroding qualities, far beyond any thing yet known to the world : being both safe and pleasant for the use of all men, women, and children / by Constantine Rhodocanaces.
Rhodokanakēs, Kōnstantinos, 1635-1689.
London: Printed by I. R., In the year 1667.
Salt -- Therapeutic use -- Early works to 1800.
Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader
The Apology of the Author which he presented to his Majesty, and now hath made publick for the satisfaction of others.
Testimonies touching the Spirit of Salt, as it is perpared by Mr. Constantine Rhodocanaces.
The old Testimonies.
Mr. Richard Morton testifieth upon his own obser∣vation as followeth.
The testimony of C. Sankey, Lond. August 1663. as followeth.
The testimony of Samuel Rand under his own hand, Lond. June. 1663. as followeth.
The testimony of Mr. Ionas Moor as followeth.
March 19. 1663 Edw. Atkinson.
The Approbation of several Doctors by new Testimonies.
New Testimonies of several patients Elias Price.
The Testimony of Mr. Line 26 Aug. 1664.
The Testimony of Mr. Philip Roberts fellow of Jesus Colledge in Oxford.
The Testimony of Mr. Bull of Ratcliff near London,
The Testimony of Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman living formerly in Coleman street but now in little Mooor fields in Butchers Alley.
The transcendent virtue of the true Alexicacus Spirit of Salt of the World.
For the virtues of it outwardly used.
DIRECTIONS for the Vse of the SPIRIT of SALT.
Many have enquired of me whether this Spirit of Salt be beneficial at all seasons of the year. I shall therefore give them further satisfaction by what followeth.
A second Advertisement
This Spirit is to be had in several Glasses sealed with the Rose and Eagle, with 3. Greek Letters, Κ. Ρ. Χ. And about the Seal, Verus Spiritus Salis
Of other Medicines which are made Ex Sacro Saturno.
Of the Vse, Virtue and Dose of our Antimonial Tincture.
Of the Diaphoretick Powder.
Of the Theion of Hypocrates.
Of the Virtues and Use of Aqua Coelica.
A Specifick against Catarhs and the Cough.