Page 056

Dublin Core


Page 056



St Against the plage

Take 2 sponfulls of Red Rose water and put into it one drame of the pouder of the root of angellica worme it a [?itell?] and drink it as sone as you think your selfe ill:::

st A water for the Stone

Take ueruen and [?endefe?] by equall porcion and still than and this is good to break the stone:: Allso the distilled water of bitany is good to break the stone:::

st A marucles comfortable water against the akinge of the stomack and the cause a woman to have natruall corces that have bene a long time stoped good for digescion against poyson or the plage or any manes a A gew the stone paine in the rains of the back and [?dineers?] other greefs

Take wild Angellica one handfull egremony mugworth wormwood oucnce bitany scabiousse reckle boneworth ribworth dayseys roots and leaves brambles leaves bugell of each a handfull wash them cleane and stampe them and take 3 pints of whit wine 2 ounces of ginger findly scraped and grosly beaten stepe then all one in the wine a day and a night close covered a day and a night close covered then still all:

together in a limback take of it on the [Note: edge damage] sponefulls and as much to bead ward and as [Note: edge damage] ch. [Note: illegible marking] in the after noone for the plage give it with a litell metredate:::

st To make oyle of almonds which is good to anoynt the stomak for ther cofe and for the splene and for defness droping in to one eare 2 or 3 drops to bedward stoping the care after with a litell wood

Take bitar allmonds halfe a pound blanch them and stampe them very fine wormwood 1 handfulls bruse it and then steepe them all night in halfe a pint of sallet oyle and then still it with a soft fire:::

st To Disteill a cok to drink for a consumcion

Take a red cock with the stones and comes of the same cock and cut it in peces and still it then take to it a quart of read wine a quart of whit wine and a quart of thick creame halfe a hunkfull of plantan leaves as much of liver worth as much of lungworth and still then alltogether in a still and drink evey morning and evening [Note: mark out] tener if you will:::

st For the pills

Take garlike rosted stampe it well and oyle of baye and stamp both together anoynt the



“Page 056,” Digital Feminist Archives, accessed January 18, 2021,

Transcribe This Item