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66 The Dyet Ale to be prepard as soon as conveniently itt may be done Take of Burrdockroots of ye youngst tendest and whitest A pound, [Pringo] roots if you can procure ym the like Quantity, or in want of ym take of ye roots of Cammock, or rost harrow 1/2 Apound of ye best Apples ytare Juicie 1/2 Apound A[ greening ]will be fitt set those things being fitted and sliced bruseing ym. Let ym be boild in thirty Quarts of midle wort until ye third quart be wastd and let ye wort be strain'd from ye ingredients through A Sive or A Strain &, and when it is cool enough let itt be wrought up wth yeast and Order'd in all respects as other Ale is [ordered], abd after itt is [tunn'd ] into A fitt vessill let their be hanged in it in A bag of think cloate those things following . Take of Inniper berries yt are good and of ye Soft Yeare growth if you can gitt ym. Soe now and Ounce & 1.2 , or 2 Ounces. Of ye Seeds of Saxifrage parsley [crosses], or Rockett John wort or tops of [each] half A quart. of an Ounce of nuttmegs 3 drams of mace A 1/4 of an Ounce. Let those be well brused, and mix'd alltogeth. and used as afforesaid. Of this bear or Ale you may drink day instead of other Ale untill march and then it may be alter'd somewhat. Let your Ale be made of good water void of all suspicious [evell ] qualities wf yr river water near your house is not. Compound Salt of Basill [valintinoe] prescription agt. ye Stone is a good medicine.
73 For ye Runing of yeReins Take ye cups of Acrons when ye Acrones are ripe & [Salt ] out kepp ym till you have use for. them then beat ym to powder Soo take itt wth of little powderof nutmeg in Ale berry Soe much every morneing as will lye on A Six pence till you find ease.
A medicne for A pin or web in y Eye Take a good handfull of white mint groweth by ye water Side mince it very Small, [fout ] to it A pritty quantity of may buttr. beat it well wth ye mint in A wooden dish yn take glass wth A wide mouth & tye A piece of fine Lawen upon ye mouth of ye glass Lay ye mint & may buttr upon ye Lawen & [tam] ye mouth of another glassover ye. yn set it in ye Sun till it distill itt all down: into ye glass take as much yn of as A great pins head & put it into ye Eye laying ye Partly upon his back & dressing it twice
Lime water to cleance A sore Tkae A pound & 1/2 of unslackt lime put to it A gallon of Spring water Let it Stand * houres yn pour the Water from ye Lime & Strain through A [Tifiny] into A glass when you use it warme it and wash ye Sore
74 Sir Adrian Gillburn Cordiall water
Distill A quart of sprit from 3 quarts or A gallon of white wine, put to it of Dragon water, 9 or 10 Ounces parcell seed one Dram mamond 2 Ouces figs 2 Ounces dates stone 2 Ounces dry'd Eringes one Ounce or if green 2 ~ one Ounce of Liquoras, Gallinggall 1/2 an Ounce, Anniseeds 3 drams & A 1/2 mace 3 drams, Castoriom grains cloves of each 2 drams Cellio seeds fennelseeds of each one scruple cubibs piony seeds of each A dram Gingar 2 drams Nutmeg one dram & 1/2 pimpernall seeds one dram Liquum Allawayes 1/2 an Ounce auoras one dram & A 1/2 of calamus Aromaticus one dram & A1/2 of card
iamum one dram cartumum one dram infuse all these in the Spirit & dragon water being powdered 3 or 4 dayes the longer the better then boil it in close balneo & distill it in the strongest balneo once or twice from the dry Then take 9 or 10 Ounces of the strongest spirits of Sack infuse in it these drugs saffrom one dram & A 1/2 Methridate 1/2 an Ounce black albathee one dram Musk 5 grains unicornes horne one dram buffoon or antelopas horn one dram the wood of the ballsom tree one dram currol & pearle of each 2 Ounces civit one dram of east India unicorn one dram you must searce these last things which you haue let all these infuse d in the spirit of sack 3 or 4 dayes then put the first water to these last things which you haue infused & distill it, dray from these last things. & it is perfect the dose is A spoonfull if they be strong if they be week two spoonfulls it is good for all diseases & Hurtfull for none.
76 Cordiall Water Take Dragons, rosemary, wormewood, Sage Scordium mugwort Scabius Balme cardus Tormentall Leaves & roots Angelico leaves & roots marygold flowers & leaves wood sorrell Agrimony and Rue 1/2 a pound of each Liquoras 4 Ounces Ellicampane roots 2 Ounces Slice the roots small shred the herbs up Small as you can with A knife then infuse all togather in 3 Gallons of white wine 2 nights then distill them in A Limbeck you may draw 6 or Seven quarts good, sweaten it according to your tast & put it up in bottles.
A Cure for A Glandred horse or one broken winde
Give him raw Carroots greens & all if it be summer washt very clean 2 or 3 att A time as you find the horse desires them which he will doe after he is vsed to them A while giue him of them 3 or 4 times a day and let him have water and provinder as att other times but let all his Oats haue honey rubbed among st them after he hath eaten carroots 10 days giue him A spoonfull of the powder of Ellicampane, mingled with honey & ride him a little after itt & let him be kept from meat or water 3 or 4 hour's giue him this twice A weak every other weak still continueing the Carroots & honey with his Oats let this be continued 3 or 4 months or longer if itt be necessary you need not spare him in his serviss for exercise is very vsefull in order to his cure.
For the Bitte of A mad Dog
Take the Liver of a proud bitch & boil it in Spring water it must be A spring that the morneing Sun lights upon & when the Liver is well boiled you must keep the broth in an Earthen pot, and take the Liver & dry itt in an Oven & then beat it to powder & Searce through A fine Searce when you dress the wound you must bath it with the broth warme then thake some of the powder of the Liver & Strew it upon the wound & soe bind itt up with a Lining Cloath & dress it morneing & evening till it be whole.
A Glister to draw wind from the [head]
Take Rue, Cammomile flowers of each one handfull 2 or 3 tops of sweet marjorem boil these in possit drink then strain out about A pint, put into itt allmost A spoonfull of Hirapiera two spoonfulls of course suger when this is disolved strain it and put itt into the bag
To Make cock[tle] Take Agrimony leaves and handfull Tamaris and handfull roots of capers sasaperrella of China feath one [Ourie] hartshorne and Liverwort of each half A handfull put [this] in 4 gallons of Alewort, (noe hhp) boil [this ] in it till comes to 3 gallons then for your [ealt] of it to work, take a well flesht cock or Caper pull it and draw it, then grind it a little parboil when it is cold take your flesh of th e bones and mince it then break the bones put the flesh & bones & all into a bag then [min] your ale into your vesell & put your bag in ith it then stop it close up 7 or 8 days then bottle it to drink
Syrrop of hartstounge Take hartstounge 3 handfulls pohipodium of the Oaks the roots of both sorts of Bug[las] bark of the roots of capers & Tamaris of each 2 ounces of hops maiden hair, Balm of each 2 handfull boile them in a pound of spring water to 5 and strain it with 4 pouund of white sugar make itt into a syrrop it helps the stoping of malancolly opens the obstructions of the spleen & livor & is singular against the Ric[reets], being taken a spoonfull in the morning. meny are trouhbled wi th the spleen may take 4 or 5 spoonfulls.
To make Juniper [neats] Take 8 handfulls of Juniper berry's being full ripe bruise them A little, put them into A large still adding a handfull of Angilico leaves which must be dryed in the sun in May or June, & may be kept in A paper bag, pour upon those ingredients 4 quarts of white wine att 12 or 18 a quart pail the still close and let them stand [imf] a long 24 hours of then still them with A moderate fire the first quart that comes of keep itt by itsselfe for it is the strangest then you may draw 3 quarts more, & either keep them by them sehof. or mix them with the first draught & when the first is gone gut of it, sweaten the whole quantity with A pound of sofe sugar, & keep it in bottles close stopped for your use, you may if you please put into every bottle 7 or 8 grains of Saffron tyed up in A little lawne or fine ragg this will give it an excellent tast, this is an excellent water for A cold stomach, & especially for the winds it may be also given in A sounding fitt four or five spoonfulls.
80 To make Oyntment for the Eyes Take A vessell of rose copper holding A pint made almost like A boll but flat at the bottome that it may stand, put into it 8 spoonfulls of boyes urine betwixt 4 and 6 years old being free from any weakness or distemper ad to it as much thick sweet cream this must be beaten with A copper Spoon 1/2 an hour, morneing & night for 3 weeks Togather, nothing but copper touch itt in 3 weeks tme it will be an Oyntment which before you take out of the vessell, take an Earthen pot holding about 2 quarts set it on the flower upon A cloath big enough to wrap the pot close up then fill the pot more than 3 quarters full of urine 4 or 5 dayes old then lay 2 or 3 little sticks cross the pot to keep the coppar from falling then turn your Copper the open side downe wards upon those sticks then pin it close up with the Cloath the pot stands on that noe Air may gitt & let it stand over the Steam of this urine 4 of 5 dayes then uncover it & put itt in pots for use, rub your Spoon and & cup with A clean cloath & tye them up in papers till you haue need to make the Ointment the vessell and Spoon must never bee Scoured