Every man, his own doctor, compleated with an herbal
Every man, his own doctor, compleated with an herbal: shewing, first, how every one may know his own constitution and complexion, by certain signs. Also the nature and faculties of all food; as well meats as drinks, whereby every man and woman may understand what is good or hurtful to them. Treating also of air, passions of mind, exercise of body, sleep, the use of tobacco, a new hot bath; venery, with an infallible secret to prevent the pox. Of the senses, proving six in number. His elixir proprietatis, and its use. The second part shews the full knowledg and cure of the pox, running of the reins, gout, dropsie, scurvy, consumptions and obstructions: agues. shewing their causes and signs, danger and cure. The second edition, with additions. viz. A treatise of melancholly and distraction, with government in cure. Also a compendious herbal, discovering the physical vertue of all herbs in this kingdom, and what planet rules each herb, and how to gather them in their planetary hours. Written by John Archer one of His Majesties physicians in ordinary.
London : printed for the author, and are to be sold at his house, at the sign of the Golden Ball in Winchester Street, near Broad Street, 1673 [i.e. 1678]