Complete Herbal

Complete Herbal

A treatise on herbal remedies published in the 1600s by Nicholas Culpepper, which described 369 English herbs and their therapeutic uses.
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Deemark Herbal Hair Oil Plus is a complete herbal product, is free from any side effects, and is often cited as the best way to get hair that is healthier and shinier.
Medda fo: "This not being pleasing, and less profitable to me, I consulted with my two brothers, Dr Reason and Dr Experience, and took a voyage to visit my mother Nature, by whose advice, together with the help of Dr Diligence, I at last obtained my desire; and, being warned by Mr Honesty, a stranger in our days, to publish it to the world, I have done it," ac fe gyhoeddodd The English Physician yn 1652 a'r Complete Herbal yn 1653.
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Nicholas Culpeper produced his Complete Herbal in 1653 with a new edition being published in 1814 with over one hundred new herbs being added - ISBN 1-60424-127-6.
Source: Juliette de Bairacli Levy, The Complete Herbal Book for the Dog, (1973, Arco Publishing Co.
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In fact, the company is unique in France in combining a complete herbal beverage processing and packaging line in one facility, including high speed Constanta teabag machinery for forming the herbal sachets.
In Culpeper's Complete Herbal, hypericum is indicated in cases of "melancholia and madness," and as a menstrual inducement and diuretic when the menses or excretions have "backed up" and caused mental distress.
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I have found references from Gerard's Herbal and Culpeper's Complete Herbal as well as modern reference books to cures for hiccoughs, impotence, vomiting, ear ache, head aches, kidney stones, bad breath, snake bites, leprosy, household smells, diarrhoea, colds, sore throat, dandruff, skin irritations and measles.
Mae Nicholas Culpeper yn cyfeirio at lysiau pen tai yn 'Culpeper's Complete Herbal and English Physician' ac yn nodi fod y planhigyn cyffredin yma yn dda ar gyfer y llygaid a rhannau eraill o'r corff, ac ar gyfer gwres mewnol ac allanol, ac fod posel wedi'i ei wneud o'r sudd yn arbennig o dda ar gyfer pob cryd poeth, am fod y gallu yn y sudd i oeri'r gwaed.

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