Ortho-methodoz itro-chymikē: or the direct method of curing chymically
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Ortho-methodoz itro-chymikē: or the direct method of curing chymically Wherein is conteined [sic] the original matter, and principal agent of all natural bodies. Also the efficient and material cause of diseases in general. Their therapeutick way and means. I. Diætetical, by rectifying eating, drinking, &c. II. Pharmaceutick. 1. By encreasing and supporting the vital spirits. 2. By pacifying and indulging them. 3. By defacing or blotting out the idea of diseases by proper specificks. Lastly, by removing the extimulating or occasional cause of maladies. To which is added, The art of midwifery chymically asserted. The character of an ortho-cymist, and pseudochymist. A description of the sanative virtues of our stomach-essence. Also, giawo-mempsiz: or a just complaint of the method of the Galenists. By George Thomson, M.D by

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Published by printed for B. Billingsley at the Printing-press in Cornhill, & S. Crouch at the upper end of Popes-Head-Alley in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Diseases -- Causes and theories of causation -- Early works to 1800,
  • Medicine -- Early works to 1800

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2199:4
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[14], 220 [i.e.200] p
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18149269M

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Ortho-methodoz itro-chymike: or the direct method of curing chymically. Wherein is conteined [sic] the original matter, and principal agent of all natural bodies. Also the efficient and material cause of diseases in general. Their therapeutick way and means. I. Diaetetical, by rectifying eating, drinking, &c. II. Pharmaceutick. 1. A short dialogue concerning the plagues infection: published to preserue bloud, through the blessing of God: together with a sorting of all those verses in the Psalmes which are noted with the word Selah to shew, the complaints, comforts, faith, prayer and praise of Gods children. by: Balmford, James, b. Published: (