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Digby, Kenelm. Choice and experimented receipts in physick and chirurgery as also cordial and distilled waters and spirits, perfumes, and other curiosities
London [Londres] : printed for the author, and are to be fold by H. Brom, 1668.

Nombre de pages : 336            1-336
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sn To the right honourable George Duke of Buckingham, knight of the most noble order of the garter, and one of his majesties most honourable privy council
1 An approved remedy for all sorts of intermittend agues
2 Another for the same
3 A certain and approved cure of Tertian agues
4 For the Tedious agues
5 A most excellent sudorifick cordial, […] it is also excellent for the hot gout
9 A diaphoretick of antimony to be used with this medicine
10 A fulep to cool in fevers
11 Cochinile for a purple fever / A certain and approved remedy for a burning fever
12 A cooling drink in a fever / A certain and often approved remedy for an ague
13 A certain and present remedy for all kind of collicks what so ever
14 For violent coughing by a sharpe thin tickling rheume / For a cold in the head, to draw rheume from the head
15 For all sorts of fluxes
16 For a bloody flux often approved
18 For any loofnefs / For Fluxes
20 For a Loofnefs
21 An anodyne clyster
22 An excellent clyster to cure presently any painful flux or scowring
23 For the greatest flux or loofnefs
24 An approved remedy for the obstructions of the spleen or liver / An excellent Lyme-water for obstructions and ulcers, &
25 An excellent remedy for the dropsie
27 Another remedy for the dropsie
28 Another
29 Another
30 A great and approved cure of the dropsie
32 Another drink
34 For legs or other parts of the body swelled, comming by abounding of bad tumors, or by the dropsie
35 Another for the dropsie
36 For the hemorrhoides. For aches. Probat
39 Another for the piles / For the tooth-ach
40 Water for the teeth
41 For the teeth and gums
42 For familiar wasbing the mouth, which confirmeth and faftneth the teeth much, and preserveth the gums found, is thus
43 For the tooth-ach / Vinegar of squils or the teeth and gums
44 To the fasten loof teeth. Probat
45 A sympathetick cure of the tooth-ach / An excellent powder for the eyes
46 An excellent eye-water
47 A certain remedy for defluxions and all diseases of the eyes / To take away the rednefs of bloudsbot-eyes
48 To stanch bleeding / another for the same
49 A sudden and infallible cure of bleeding, either at the nose, or by a bloody-flux
50 A present certain cure of any pyson inward or outward, or for the stinging of venemous beasts in men or beasts / An approved remedy for spitting of blood
51 Remedium ad fluxum immoderatum sanguinis menstrualis
52 Contra fluorem album. Probat / An infallible remedy for the Jaundise of any kind, black or yellow
53 For the mother / For the sinews and the head
54 For deafnefs /Another for the same
55 For the small-pox
56 To drive the venemous vapours […] with a familiar julep or emulsion, take the following
57 To prevent marking in the small-pox
59 An infallible remedy for the same
60 To prevent marks of the small-pox / An experimented remedy for the falling-sicknefs
61 Another for the same
62 For the falling-sicknefs and convulsions-sits of children / To cause a good delivery in a woman with child
63 A receipt of the labour-powder
64 To bring away the after-burthen […] after woman is delivered / For torn bladders
65 To prevent at the birth of a child, diseases of putrefaction ever after
67 To bring down a womans courses in an instant
68 For the brest and belly of women lying in
69 An admirable seer-cloth for a sore brest, imposthumes, fellons, green and old cuts
70 An anodyne cataplasm for cancered brests
72 For hardnefs in womens brests
73 For hard brests in women / Another medicine for the same is thus
74 To cure the tetters / Another for the quick tetters
75 For aches in any part of the body, even womens brests
76 A certain remedy for the piles or hemorrhoydes
77 Another for the same
78 For the outward hemorrhoydes / A plague cordial
79 For the same. Prob.
81 Another excellent remedy for the plague / Another infallible antidote
82 An excellent plague water
83 For worms in children
84 For wormes in the belly or stomack
85 An excellent plaister for the stomack, that hath done such notable cures, is thus
86 For warts to take them away / Another for the same
87 For phrensie / For haed-achs, sore-eyes, fellons…
88 For leprosie and squinancy
89 An experimented remedy for the stone
90 Another excellent remedy for the stone
91 Another for the same / Another for the same
92 Another for the same / Another for the same
93 Another for the same / Another / Another
94 A compounded hydrozacharum for the stone / Another excellent one for the same
95 A certain remedy for retention of urine / Another for retention of urine
96 Another approved remedy for the stone and gravel / Another for the stone and gravel, and for strangury of urine
97 An infallible and approved remedy for the plurisie
98 An infaillible remedy for the sciatica and Rheumatism
99 To cure the hot and cold gowt
101 An excellent plaister for the gowt that will take a way the pain immediately
102 Another excellent plaister for the gowt
103 For the kings-evil / Another approved medicine for the kings-evil
106 An approved remedy for ruptures
107 Another for the same / For cancers in the mouth, brest, or any part
108 Another for the same
109 An excellent remedy for the cankers in the mouth / For a fellon
110 An oyntment for burning / A most excellent red balsom or red salve
112 Another excellent ointment for xounds or sores in man or beast
114 An approved remedy for biting of a mad dog
115 A most precious ointment for all manner of aches and bruises ; and also for the rednefs of the face
116 A most excellent ointment for a gangreen and all foul diseases of the skin
118 A most excellent water for a gangreen, to be used with the foresaid ointment / The manner of using those foresaid ointment and water, is thus
121 A purge which he used to give the patient during his cure
122 Another excellent water for a gangrene, with which Monsieur d'Alance doth such wonderful cures in gangrenes
123 Monsieur Belieur cured the gangrene, and all old ulcers, cankers, pockie sores, and cancers ; etc. with the oyl of gold made thus
125 To draw imposthumes outward without incision
126 An approved remedy for biting of serpents, vipers or other venomous beasts / A certain cure of a Gonorrhaea
127 An expedite and sure cure of a Gonorrhaea
128 A sure way to cure venereal cankers
129 For contusions or bruises
130 For any kind of tetters or herpes, et.
133 Monsieur Trears excellent medicinal stone of great vertues
135 To dry up sharp humors with ones own water
136 An experimented vulnerary potion or wound-drink
137 Cooling and not biting vulnerary herbs
138 An excellent ointment for wound and ulcers
139 A digestif
140 To cure any sore leg, or old contumacion sore, or wound
141 For fistula'as and ulcers
143 A most excellent plaister of very great vertues, called the plaister of Nurimberg
144 A plaister very excellent for many things
145 An excellent astringent plaister for the back
146 The excellent balsom of doctor Salvatore Winter, given me by him, and made by my chymister xith an addition of his own of more ingredients
147 For the kings-evil
148 Doctor Salvatore Winter's spirit, as my man made it for me
151 Distillation of Tobacco
153 For the Falling of the Uvula
154 An excellent medicine from antimony and mercury sublimate
155 Cornacchius his medicinal powder
157 Spirit of sal armoniac
159 Balsom of sulphure for the brest, etc. and for tetters
161 An excellent medicine of gold and mercury
163 An excellent Panacea
164 Another Panacaea / To make the sulphur of antimony
165 Another Panacea of antimony
166 Another Panacaea
167 Panacaea purgans ex auro et antimonio / Diaphorectic. Crystalli antimonii / Laudanum Metallicum
168 A Medicinal powder
171 A great medicine which bath done wonderful great effects, from an intimate friend
174 A menftruum of citron pills to dissolve bodies of metal and coral
175 A menftruum to open any body, but chiefly the body of gold
176 To make the spirit of fixed salt of urine
178 A remedy which cureth all fevers without exception by a Lunarie Emetick, which is an universal medicine, even for the morb. Gallic. and Leprosie
179 To make an admirable sudorifick of this, that will cure the venereal disease, and the leprosie, is thus : / An excellent dissolvent of gold, and to reduce it in purpre colour
180 Spirit of verdegris
182 To corporifie the salt of spirit of wine, etc.
186 To volatilize the fixed salt of tartar / Another way to volatilize the salt of tartar
188 An excellent mercury vitae of a fingular preparation
191 A great coroborant
194 An excellent aurum potabile, or digestif gold
197 Another way to make aurum potabile
199 Another way to make aurum potabile
203 Another way to make aurum potabile
206 To make the tincture of bezoar / To make the tincture of ambergris
207 To make the aqua regis for this aurum potabile / To make the philosophical oyl of vitriol for the foresaid aurum potabile
208 Another way to make aurum potabile, and to make his tincture come over the helm
211 To prepare the spirit of wine for the foresaid aurum potabile
212 To make an excellent oyl of pearl for health, and for the face
213 An excellent tincture of gold
214 A sublimate mercury dulcis, with a lunary mercury, and from gold
217 An excellent physical salt, […] and preserveth the heart from hot and putrid fumes, and purifieth the blood
218 The way to make the spirit of urine is thus
219 The best way to make the oil of myrrhe
221 Vertues of the mineral cinnabar
223 A great cordial made out of english saffran
226 A great electuary
229 A great confortative
230 A restorative and cordial of dates, which is much celebrated
232 Cordial and pleasant tablets
233 A great venereal / Another great venereal
236 An excellent ointment for the stomach, or for any pain about the heart
237 An approved remedy for a sprain in the back, or any weakness / A most precious diet-drink for any weak and consumed body with sickness, pox, or any aches, or cold humors
239 An excellent remedy to procure conception
240 An excellent bolus for the stomach and liver / A cordial drink for weakness of the stomach, and want digestion
241 For trembling of the heart, or a weak stomach / Opiata charteriana
242 Ladanum opiatum
244 An excellent panchimagogue that purgeth all humors
245 An excellent laxative tisanne to take, when one bath a need / Bezoardicum theriacale
249 The balsom compounded is made thus
250 The best rose-water is made thus
251 The purge, of which the author makes use of, in fevers, is this following
252 But to make a most rich cordial proceed thus / The best fashion to make conserve of roses is this following
254 The author doth tartarise his spirit of wine, thus
255 A tincture of coral
257 A cordial to rest, and for surfeit / An excellent poppy-water for surfeits
258 Another excellent stomachal surfeit-water
259 A cooling stomachal mint water
260 An excellent cordial water
261 Another great cordial water
262 Water of rue for the head and brain
263 An excellent cordial or palsie water
265 A most excellent balsom for the palsie, and apoplexie, etc.
267 A certain and often approved remedy for the dead palsie / The best way to make the spirit and oyl of clary, mint, rosemary, roses, etc.
270 The emperour Charles's cephalick capitalwater, of great vertues
271 The great duke of Florence his excellent coelestical or Imperial water of great vertues
273 An excellent cordial water for dizziness and swimming in the head
274 An excellent water for surfeits, and for the ague
275 An excellent julep of limons for calentures or fevers
276 An excellent orange-water or spirit
277 To make spirits of herbs, etc.
279 A cordial water of wall-nutts
283 About the diet of milk
284 To digest a large meal
285 To make an elofaccharum or cinamomi
286 Cinamon water, or spirit
287 Lignum cafiae makes a much finer spirit then cinamon
288 Cordial water of clove-gillyflowers
289 An extract of poppy flowers
290 Limon water
291 An excellent cordial water of sweet marjoram, exceeding good for the head and memory
292 To make hypocras presently
293 To make a coagulated spirit of ambergris
296 To make sweet water / Another
297 Another / To preserve fruit all the year
298 To make perfumes to burn / Cassolettes
299 To make a familiar and cheap pomo upon a sudden, which smelleth very well
300 To make an odoriferant ball
301 To make an cloriferant ball
302 Rose pastills to burn / To make mouth pastils
303 To make a pomos like those that are made in Spain
304 To make the sweet water, the, best called in french L'eau d'ange
305 A pleasant and wholesom perfume for tobacco taken in a pipe / Another
306 To preserve fruit all the year
307 To convert water into ice in summer, without the help of either ice or salts / To convert water into ice with snow or ice immediately
sn A table of the receipts contained in this book
sn Some books printed for H. Brome
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