Document ReferenceMe Lm 24/1-8
TitleLoose sheets containing medicinal recipes for human and animal ailments; n.d. [early 18th century]
Date Of Creationearly 18th century
Extent8 items
Content DescriptionPage of recipes: For melancholy vapours of the spleen or mother; 'The Leaden Plaster'; A most excellent plaster for the stomach; For the stone or gravel in the kidneys; and To make pills for the stone (Me Lm 24/1);

Notes written to 'Madam' concerning medical treatments using soapl, lemon and saffron (Me Lm 24/2);

Recipes for 'Elexir salutis', and to make 'Daffe' (Me Lm 24/3);

Recipe for rheumatism, from Dr Eratt (Me Lm 24/4);

Recipe for an unspecified complaint, using woodbine and collabone among other ingredients (Me Lm 24/5);

Recipe for sore heels in horses (Me Lm 24/6);

Recipe for a medicine to cure a mad dog, given to Mr Hewitt (Me Lm 24/7);

Page of recipes: The virtues of 'G. Oyl'; the virtue of Luentellus balsom; and 'Yellow Salve' to be used as a poultice to break to break a swelling (Me Lm 24/8).

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