Pharmacopoeia extemporanea

Fuller, Thomas, 1654-1734.
Pharmacopoeia extemporanea : or, a body of prescripts. In which forms of select remedies, accommodated to most intentions of cure, are propos'd.
London: printed for B. Walford, 1710.
8 p.l., 443 p., [27] p.

This electronic version was prepared by Richard Siderits, M.D., and colleagues by keying from the copy at the Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Yale University. Adaptation to HTML by Toby Appel.

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    The following contents are supplied by the editors:

    A, pp. 1-23
    B, pp. 23-36
    (bag, balsam, bolus, broth)
    C, pp. 36-48
    (cakes, cataplasm, caudie, currants)
    D, pp. 48-112
    (decoction, draught)
    E, pp. 112-162
    (electuary, elixir, emulsion, epithem, errhine, essence, expression, extract)
    F, pp. 162-176
    (foment, frontal, fume)
    G, pp. 176-213
    (gargle, glyster)
    H-J, pp. 214-258
    (honey, hydromel, infusion, juice, julep)
    L, pp. 258-288
    (lavament, laudanum, liniment, litus. lixivium, lohoch, lotion, lozenge)
    M-O, pp. 288-317
    (masticories, mixture, nodule, oil, oxymel)
    P, pp. 317-399
    (paste, pellets, pills, plaister, posset, potion, powder, ptisan)
    Q-Z, pp. 400-443
    (quilt, rob, salt, spirit, stone, sugar, suppositories, syrup, tincture, tobacco, vapour, unguent, wafers, water, whey, wine)