Some observations made upon the root Cassummuniar, called otherwise rysagone, imported from the East-Indies Shewing its nature and virtues, and its usefulness above others as yet written of, in apoplexies, convulsions, fits of the mother, the griping of the gutts, with probable conjectures of its fitness to cure many other distempers; and its being the most proper corrector of the Jesuits powder, rendring that ... harmless. By John Peachie, Doctor of Physick.
printed for Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns, at the lower end of Cheapside,
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