Polypharmakos kai chymistēs: or, The English unparalell’d physitian and chyrurgian: shewing the true use of…
Polypharmakos kai chymistēs: or, The English unparalell’d physitian and chyrurgian: shewing the true use of all manner of plants and minerals. In which is explained, the whole art and secresy of physick and chyrurgery. Wherein is contained, 1. The cure of any internal disease, which hath taken effect, and brought forth symptoms, ... 2. The making of diverse rare and excellent balsames, oyls, plaisters, and waters, with the effects thereof. 3. The making, and use of purges, vomits, drinks, and clisters, ... 4. The nature and temperarure [sic] of herbs, plants, and vegetables, ... 5. The way to extract the spirits and quintaessences of several sorts of herbs and minerals, and the rare operations they have. 6. The making of salt of wormwood, balm, or any other herb. 7. The cure of any wound, contusion, puncture, or ulcer in any part of the body. All which have been prescribed and practised by several learned doctors and chyrurgians. By D. Border, practitioner in physick.
London : printed by B. Alsop, and are to be sold at his house in Grubstreet, near the upper pump, 1651.