Bite of a Tarantula
This is cured by Musiek and Dancing See Baglivia's Works.
and of a Toad
When a person is infected with the Poisen of a Toad his Skin turns yellow his body Swells Universally his lips and Tongue grow Black and a Stammering Supervenes, he is Seized with an Asthmatic Shortness of Breath Vomiting Cold Sweats, Convulsions, Fainting and at Length Death.
Cure If the Patient has Swallowd the Poisen he must Take an Emet. and a Glister as also warm attenuating Alexiterials as Theriac and Mithridate in genorous Wine he must Bathe in Salt Water and use much Exercise
Bleeding at the Nose
Bleed in the lower Parts and Set the Feet & hands in the warm Bath Let not the Blood be stoped too Sunddenly.
Bole Armen. Sang. [Dreu?]
Spt. Vit. Droped in Water is good Roman Vit. Disolvid in Water is very powerfull
and of Wounds
Decoct. Tamarind. Decoct. cum Sal. Nit. Enema Purgans. Styptic Water Colcother of Vitriol Spt. Vit. dulcis Tinct. Ros. Antiphthsic Tinct. Stypt. Powder.
Aq. Styptica. Rx. Vit. Roman. Roach. Alum aa oz. vj. aq Font Qts ij. Boil then Filture to every Pt. add Spt. Vit. dr. j.
Pulv. Styptica Rx Alum oz. ss Sang. dracon dr. ij. pro pulv.
Give dr. ss every hour in urgent Cases but in Common Cases give but s. s thrice in a Day. Burn all the above Powders in a Crucible then apply them as above. i.e. the Alum & Sang. dracon.
Bloods circular Motion The Blood is a Vital Stream proceeding from the Fountain of the Heart, and Circulating Constantly through the whole Body By the Canals of the Arteries and Veins.
Each Ventricle of the
your Heart will contain about an Ounce of Blood; The Heart Contracts about 4000 Times in an Hour hence there Passes through the Heart every Hour about 4000 Ounces of Blood which is 250 lb. Weight.
The Blood Velocity is about 52 Feet in a Minute
There goes out of the Heart about 160 Ounces of Blood in one Minute.
It may be caused by a stone in the Urethra or by the Blood Flowing through the Kidneys in a Violent manner See Pissing of Blood.
Brain Concussion of
A grievous Shock or Concussion of the Brain Without hurting the Texture of the Parts will Cause an abolition of the Senses a Falling, a Nausea Vomiting & Convulsions. Sailing in a Ship, or turning Round Swiftly has produced a Vertigo Nausea enormous Vomiting with great anxiety Paleness Languor, Loss of Appetite &c.
Boil called Furmentus
This is an Inflammatory Tubercle of a purple Red Colour They are hard and round Cure. Ung. de alth. Empt. deachylon cum gum
[?] emplastr. de mucilaginibus Empt. Melilot and all Ripenes
Breasts of Women Disorders of
After the Patient is brought to bed on the first Days If there is a Sign of an Inflamation and Tumour give Internally Diaphoretics and outwardly apply Rum or Brandy with a hot linning Cloth and apply a Plaister of Empt. Commun. cum Sperm. Cit. et gum Camph. The Milk should be drawn by the Nurse or by a Puppy. If the Milk Stagnates without heat Bathe with warm Red Wine Spt Vin. Camph. vel Cataplas. è Pan. alb. Vin. Rub. boiled together add Spt. Vin. Camph. q. s. If the Tumour tends to Supperation Use Emollient Cataplasms or Empl. Commun. cum. gum. after which it is to be opened and Cleansed with a Digestive Ointment and healed with Balsamics particularly Bals. peruv. When the Nipples are Chapped anoint with a Mixture of Ol. and Bees wax, or Sprinkle gm Arab thereon, or apply aq. .