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An advertisement concerning those most famous and safe cathartique and diuretique pills Being an incomparable medicine in all chronical and dangerous diseases. Wherewith was cured the late Lord General Monck, of the dropsie. Many hundreds before, and since, having received absolute cure thereby. It is also the only and most certain remedy against the scurvy, with all other sharp, salt, and watry humors. Helps the kings-evil, and causeth all ulcers, cancers, and spreading sores, the sooner to be made whole. It purifies and sweetens the bloud; and prevents the worst of distempers, if taken in time. And hath been found often by experience, to expel all those poisenous humours caused by taking of mercurial pills, &c. together with a restoration of former health. Prepared only by William Sermon, doctor of physick, one of His Majesties physicians in ordinary.

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Main Author: Sermon, William, 1629?-1679.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Published: London : printed for the author, and Ed. Thomas at the Adam and Eve in Little Britain, 1672.
Edition:The eighth edition.
Series:Early English books online.
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