Catalog Record: Cochlearia curiosa : or the curiosities of scurvygrass : being an exact scrutiny and careful description of the nature and medicinal vertue of scurvygrass : in which is exhibited to publick use the most and best preparations of medicines, both galenical and chymical; either for internal and external use, in which that plant, or any part thereof is imployed | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Cochlearia curiosa : or the curiosities of scurvygrass : being an exact scrutiny and careful description of the nature and medicinal vertue of scurvygrass : in which is exhibited to publick use the most and best preparations of medicines, both galenical and chymical; either for internal and external use, in which that plant, or any part thereof is imployed / written in Latine by Dr. Andreas Valentinus Molimbrochius of Lipswick ; Englished by Tho. Sherley, M. D. and Physitian in Ordinary to His present Majesty.

Main Author: Moellenbrock, Valentin Andreas, d. 1675.
Related Names: Sherley, Thomas 1638-1678.
Language(s): English ; Latin
Published: London : Printed by S. and B. Griffin for William Cademan, 1676.
Subjects: Plants, Medicinal.
Herbalism.
Herbs.
Scurvy.
Physical Description: 195 p. : ill. ; 17 cm.
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