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Culpeper"s English physician and complete herbal. To which are now first added, upwards of one hundred additional herbs, with a display of their medicinal and occult properties, physically applied to the cure of all disorders incident to mankind. To which are annexed, rules for compounding medicine ... forming a complete family dispensatory, ... Beautified and enriched with engravings of upwards of four hundred and fifty different plants, ... By E. Sibly, ... by Nicholas Culpeper

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Published by printed for the proprietors, and sold by Green and Co in London .
Written in English


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Other titlesEnglish physician
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxvi,124,124-131,131-396;[2],256p.,plates
Number of Pages396
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20114329M

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The first medical book published in the American colonies. The English Physician is a humble vest-pocket-sized page medical guide for the common person, by the prolific herbalist and author Nicholas Culpeper. It was a staple in 17th-century England, as it was short, written in accessible prose, and inexpensive; and perhaps as attractive, it took a decidedly skeptical Available now at - Half-Leather - J Adlard - - Book Condition: Good - A good copy of the 12th edition of Culpeper's English Physician and Complete Herbal as revised by Ebenezer Sibley. The book consists of two parts: the Herbal dated , and the English Physician dated The Herbal has a frontispiece portrait of Culpeper; dedication to Thomas Dunkerly Esq, 'Provincial Over forty editions of Culpeper’s The English Physician have been printed since its original publication. The illustrations are from the Ebenezer Sibly edition of Culpeper’s herbal. Sibly’s work, along with a first edition of Culpeper’s unillustrated herbal of , are housed in the Wilhelm Moll Rare Book and Medical History Room "The English Physician" is a humble vest-pocket-sized page medical guide for the common person, by the prolific herbalist and author Nicholas Culpeper. It was a staple in 17th-century England, as it was short, written in accessible prose, and inexpensive; and perhaps as attractive, it took a decidedly skeptical view of "official" medicine  › Health, Family & Lifestyle › Complementary Medicine › Herbal Remedies.

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