Galens art of physick: wherein is laid down, 1. A description of bodies, healthful, unhealthful…
Galens art of physick: wherein is laid down, 1. A description of bodies, healthful, unhealthful, and neutral. 2. Signs of good and bad constitutions. 3. Signs of the brain, heart, liver, testicles, temperature, lungues, stomach, &c. being too hot, cold, dry, moist, hot and dry, hot and moist, cold and dry, cold and moist. 4. Signs and causes of sickness. With many other excellent things, the particulars of which, the table of chapters will specifie. Translated into English, and largely commented on. Together with convenient medicines for al [sic] particular distempers of the parts, a description of the complexions, their condition, and what diet and exercise is fittest for them. By Nich. Culpeper, gent. student in physick and astrology.
London : printed by Peter Cole, at the sign of the Printing-Press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange, 1657.