The English-physicians dayly practise. Or, Culpeper's faithful physitian. Teaching every man and woman to be their own doctor In this book is set forth near 40 most choice, excellent, and approved receipts in physick and chyrurgery, for the rooting out, and curing most diseases; with easie directions for making divers salves. oyntments. sear-cloths, and plaisters, for divers maladies, being a salve for every sore: and that at an easy rate. To which is added, Mr. Culpepper's new, excellent, and very useful herbal; being the rare vertues of XI. herbs and plants, growing in most gardens in England; on which herbs is framed near one hundred medicines, for curing most diseases in men, women and children; a great many of them but at a penny or two pence charge; being good tidings to the sick and lame, and all others that would preserve their bodies in health, by Dr. Nich. Culpepper, and Dr. Ponteus. The like not hitherto printed. Licensed and entred according to order. A table of some principal things in this little book. 1. For the rheum in the eyes, 2. For the stone.... 26. For a consumption. 27. For the green-si
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