Royal College of Physicians: A collection of medical receipts and prescriptions 17th century (MS502)

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1928(MSJ) 2646/615 (REC) [circled] 501[/circled]

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The oyntment of fox gloves for the kings Evill take fox glove flowers, to a peck of them 4 pound of Butter new out of the churne before ever any watter or salt has come upon it, and very free from the milk - beate the flowers to the consistence of a thick poultes & make it up with ye butter as you doe other salves that are made with butter when yu use it you must melt it in a saucer, & anoint the sore with the thinnest of it with a fether, & lay some of the thickest of it upon a linnin Ragg upon the sore as far as it is sore & Red Red doe this morning & night, but never change the rag as long as it will hold only scrape of the dry when you lay on fresh this has cured the Evill when there has bin eleven sores betweene ye wrist & Elbow the nature of this oyntment is such, as will draw the venome out of the part soe as many times the sores will seeme worse then before but when it has drawne out the venome it will heale it - therefore lay it all over the sore, & soe far beyond as it is red and and sweld tho the swelling bee white only this has cured very sad sore leggs both in men [wer...] sv [Bag....]

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