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Theatrum Botanicum The Theater of Plants Or an Herball of Large Extent Containing Therein a More Ample and Exact History and Declaration of the Phys
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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 614 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 1.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1640 Excerpt: . . . passions and tremblings of the heart, as alfa against swounings, sadnes, and melancholy: the roote preserved and taken fasting, or the said water drunke for some dayes together, doth open the obstructions of the liver, Iplccne, and the other inward parts, as also helpeth to bring downe womens courses, and to ease the suffocation, or other diseases of the mother whatsoever, for in those feminine griefes it hath a very powerfull effect as hath beene often and certainely found trae: it is also very good against the swimmingor turning of the braine, and all other paines in the head, it is also very cordiall both to strengthen the vitall spirits, when they are much subject to faint or swoune, as also against melancholy or fadnessc, that ariseth without manifest cause, if the clarified juice of the herbe be set in the Sunne for cerraine dayev, and the purer liquor thereof mixed with a little hony, be dropped into the eyes, it both cleareth and strengthneth the sight, and taketh away the spots and blemishes in them. The rootes preserved with Sur, arc not onely very pleasant to the taste, but effcctuall for many of the aforesaid griefes. Chaf. -Chap. XXVIII. 4. . Tragopogon. Goatcsbeard. Ltrwagh it is not ceftainely knowne, thaf the Goatcs bear des have the like Aiexphartmcallxoxty, tteexpell venomeand poysonjas the Scorfoncrtu or Vipers grasses, yet because they are so like unto them m outward forme and manner of growing, they being but as species ejpifem generU, the Trac, or Goatesbeard, being the standard or gemtti and herein principally differing, that all the rnpw(joHarc bus annual, or perishing after they have borne seede, andallthe sorts ok Scorfonera, living after seede timemany yeares. I have thought it not amifle to joync them in nei. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781236364791