10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «THERIACAL»
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A Medicinal Dispensatory: Containing the Whole Body of ...
for lt being the most notorious of SCTCHCB and wilde Beasts,it vendlcatcs this
narnqm' "Ebxlu': and the Me icassmcnt which admits of its ficfihis nevertheless
deno- ' minated Theriacal, from its efficacy in curing the brtes and p0y-' sonspfl
A physical vade-mecum: or, Fifth gift of Theophilus ...
18 S 30 Theriac. 31. cum Evma Tereb. pro Enema Vesper. No. 14 § 6 Theriac 3i.
cum Rad. Serpent, gr. xv. omni nocte. No. }<, tj 36 Theriac. Androm.$ss. cun Bol.
Alex. 9i. sexta quaque hora. No. }9 $ 75 Theriacal. 9i. cum Dec. Altring. et Croc.
A New Practice of Physic: Wherein the Various Diseases ...
R Cons.fracastor.s m. lap. cgntrayerv. da 9 ij. spec. diambr. camphor. sal. vol.
succin. c. c. aa gr. vj. syr. e succo citri a. s. f. bolus extemplo fit- mendus iteretur
vero ut opus fuerit, una cum hau- Jlu sequenti. R Acet. v'tn. alb. 3* ij. aq. theriacal.
Peter Shaw, T. and. T Longmn ((Londres)), 1753
Philosophical Transactions, Giving Some Accompt of the ...
Aq. Theriacal. giss. Sp. C. C. g*- x. m.f. Haustus. 3. fy. Confeft. Raleigh. Theriac.
Andtomach. ~a&. 3ss. Sal. C. C. gr. v. Aq. Theriacal. fij. pr» duobus Hauflibus. He
said he was not sensible of any great Relief from these Cordials 5 but that a ...
John Martyn ((Londres)), James Allestry ((Londres)), Henry Oldenburg, 1738
De Morbis Cutaneis. A Treatise of Diseases Incident to the Skin
Weak, low, quick and unequal, ' and his Swooning, frequent, as well as his cold
Sweats, it was thought seasonable to give him a Dram of Viper Powder'in
Theriacal and Carduus Benediflus Water, and to apply a great Plaister of Tbez'
New Experiments Upon Vipers: With Exquisite Remedies that ...
This Preparation of Theriacal Salt doth, sufficiently shew us, that the' Antients did
not take pains 'to know the inward parts, of which mix't bodies are compounded,
and that they did not vwell know the na-v mre of the oyson of Vipers , of which ...
Moyse Charas, Francesco Redi, Pierre Bourdelot, 1677
The Philosophical Transactions and Collections: Abridged and ...
Tia. 5iij. Sp. Lavendulœ 3i. »• pr* □• duobus Haustibus. 2. St. Con/eel. Raleigh.
3fs. Aq. Theriacal. 5us. Sp. C. C. g"- Turn, f. Haustus. t . 3. 5*. Cons eel. Raleigh.
Ther'iac. Andromach. Ha. 3 fe. C. C. ' gr.v. Aa. Theriacal, pro duebus Haustibus*.
Royal society of London, 1747
De morbis cutaneis. A treatise of diseases incident to the ...
weak, low, quick and unequal, and his Swooning, frequent, as well as his cold
Sweats, it was thought seasonable to give him a Dram of Viper Powder in
Theriacal and Carduus Benediclus Water, and to apply a great Plaister of
Tberiaque upon ...
Curing and Insuring: Essays on Illness in Past Times : the ...
In David's Credo, a tract written by an Amsterdam minister, Casparus de
Carpentier, in the plague year 1656, the author observes that there are many
who consider themselves well-protected by their pomander-balls and theriacal
water.8 But ...
Bo PuI-v. e Clz'l. Cane. C. Sperm. Ceti am aj.Ol. Anisgut. ii. Syr. Capil. Van.
g.s. m. s. Bolus. Bo dq. Cerat. nigr. 119. Flor. C/m'mem. am giv. dg. Theriacal.
Pearl. C. Sjr. P-eon. C. zvi. m. f. Yulap. '80 Decoct. Pect. deprmit. this. Tinct. Craci