Every man and woman their own doctor
Every man and woman their own doctor: or a salve for every sore. Being a book full of rare receipts for the most dangerous distempers incident to the bodies of men, women, and children; and very fit to be in all families, in this crasie, sickly, and bad times. Gathered out of the library of that famous traveller, Doctor Ponteous; and now published for the good, and benefit of all people whatsoever. I. For pains in the head. II. To purge the head. ... XXI. For a stinking breath. ... XXIX. For the griping in the guts. ... XLII. For a consumption. With six most excellent receipts for all sorts of cattle whatsoever. Licensed acording to order.
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London : printed for L[awrence]. White living in Red-Lyon-Court, in Whitecros-street, 1676.