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The Complete Herbal

The English Physician
Amara Dulcis  
All-Heal  
Alkanet  
Adder's Tongue or Serpent's Tongue  
Agrimony  
Water Agrimony  
Alehoof, or Ground-Ivy  
Alexander  
The Black Alder-Tree  
The Common Alder-Tree  
Angelica  
Amaranthus  
Anemone  
Garden Arrach  
Arrach, Wild And Stinking  
Archangel  
Arssmart  
Asarabacca  
Asparagus, Sparagus, or Sperage  
Prickly Asparagus, or Sperage  
Ash Tree  
Avens, Called Also Colewort, And Herb Bonet  
Balm  
Barberry  
Barley  
Garden Bazil, or Sweet Bazil  
The Bay Tree  
Beans  
French Beans  
Ladies Bed-Straw  
Beets  
Water Betony  
Wood Betony  
The Beech Tree  
Bilberries  
Bifoil or Twoblade  
The Birch Tree  
Bird's Foot  
Bishop's-Weed  
Bistort, or Snakeweed  
One-Blade  
The Bramble, or Blackberry Bush  
Blites  
Borage And Bugloss  
Blue-Bottle  
Brank Ursine  
Briony, or Wild Vine  
Brook Lime, or Water-Pimpernel  
Butcher's Broom  
Broom, And Broom-Rape  
Buck's-Horn Plantain  
Buck's Horn  
Bugle  
Burnet  
The Butter-Bur, or Petasitis  
The Burdock  
Cabbages And Coleworts  
The Sea Coleworts  
Calamint, or Mountain-Mint  
Camomile  
Water-Caltrops  
Campion, Wild  
Carduus Benedictus  
Carrots  
Carraway  
Celandine  
The Lesser Celandine or Pilewort or Fogwort  
The ordinary Small Centaury  
The Cherry-Tree  
Winter-Cherries  
Chervil  
Sweet Chervil, or Sweet Cicely  
Chesnut Tree  
Earth Chesnuts  
Chickweed  
Chick-Pease, or Cicers  
Cinquefoil  
Cives  
Clary, or More Properly Clear-Eye  
Wild Clary  
Cleavers  
Clown's Woods  
Cock's Head, Red Fitching, or Medick Fetch  
Columbines  
Coltsfoot  
Comfrey  
Coralwort  
Costmary, or Alcost, or Balsam Herb  
Cudweed, or Cottonweed  
Cowslips, or Peagles  
Crab's Claws  
Black Cresses  
Sciatica Cresses  
Water Cresses  
Crosswort  
Crowfoot  
Cuckow-Point  
Cucumbers  
Daisies  
Dandelion, Vulgarly Called Piss-A-Beds  
Darnel  
Dill  
Devil's-Bit  
Dock  
Dodder of Thyme, Epithymum, And Other Dodders  
Dog's-Grass, or Couch Grass  
Dove's-Foot, or Crane's-Bill  
Duck's Meat  
Down, or Cotton-Thistle  
Dragons  
The Elder Tree  
The Dwarf-Elder  
The Elm Tree  
Endive  
Elecampane  
Eringo, or Sea-Holly  
Eyebright  
Fern  
Osmond Royal, or Water Fern  
Feverfew or Featherfew  
Fennel  
Sow-Fennel, or Hog's-Fennel  
Fig-Wort, or Throat-Wort  
Filipendula, or Drop-Wort  
The Fig-Tree  
The Yellow Water-Flag, or Flower-De-Luce  
Flax-Weed, or Toad-Flax  
Flea-Wort  
Flux-Weed  
Flower-De-Luce  
Fluellin, or Lluellin  
Fox-Glove  
Fumitory  
The Furze Bush  
Garlick  
Gentian, Felwort, or Baldmony  
Clove Gilliflowers  
Germander  
Stinking Gladwin  
Golden Rod  
Gout-Wort, or Herb Gerrard  
Gromel  
Gooseberry Bush  
Winter-Green  
Groundsel  
Heart's-Ease  
Artichokes  
Hart's-Tongue  
Hazel-Nut  
Hawk-Weed  
Hawthorn  
Hemlock  
Hemp  
Henbane  
Hedge Hyssop  
Black Hellebore  
Herb Robert  
Herb True-Love, or One-Berry  
Hyssop  
Hops  
Horehound  
Horsetail  
Houseleek or Sengreen  
Hound's Tongue  
Holly, Holm, or Hulver Bush  
St. John's Wort  
Ivy  
Juniper Bush  
Kidneywort or Wall Pennyroyal or Wall Pennywort  
Knapweed  
Knotgrass  
Ladies' Mantle  
Lavender  
Lavender-Cotton  
Ladies-Smock, or Cuckow-Flower  
Lettuce  
Water Lily  
Lily of the Valley  
White Lilies  
Liquorice  
Liverwort  
Loosestrife or Willow-Herb  
Loosestrife, With Spiked Heads of Flowers  
Lovage  
Lungwort  
Madder  
Maiden Hair  
Wall Rue, or, White Maiden-Hair  
Golden Maiden Hair  
Mallows And Marshmallows  
Maple Tree  
Wind Marjoram  
Sweet Marjoram  
Marigolds  
Masterwort  
Sweet Maudlin  
The Medlar  
Mellilot, or King's Claver  
French And Dog Mercury  
Dog Mercury  
Mint  
Misselto  
Moneywort, or Herb Twopence  
Moonwort  
Mosses  
Motherwort  
Mouse-Ear  
Mugwort  
The Mulberry-Tree  
Mullein  
Mustard  
The Hedge-Mustard  
Nailwort, or Whitlow-Grass  
Nep, or Catmint  
Nettles  
Nightshade  
The Oak  
Oats  
One Blade  
Orchis  
Onions  
Orpine  
Parsley  
Parsley Piert, or Parsley Breakstone  
Parsnips  
Cow Parsnips  
The Peach Tree  
The Pear Tree  
Pellitory of Spain  
Pellitory of the Wall  
Pennyroyal  
Male And Female Peony  
Pepperwort, or Dittander  
Periwinkle  
St. Peter's Wort  
Pimpernel  
Ground Pine, or Chamepitys  
Plantain  
Plums  
Polypody of the Oak  
The Poplar Tree  
Poppy  
Purslain  
Primroses  
Privet  
Meadow Sweet or Mead Sweet  
The Quince Tree  
Raddish, or Horse-Raddish  
Ragwort  
Rattle Grass  
Rest Harrow, or Cammock  
Rocket  
Winter-Rocket, or Cresses  
Roses  
Rosa Solis, or Sun Dew  
Rosemary  
Rhubarb, or Rephontic  
Garden-Patience, or Monk's Rhubarb  
Great Round-Leaved Dock, or Bastard Rhubarb  
Meadow-Rue  
Garden-Rue  
Rupture-Wort  
Rushes  
Rye  
Saffron  
Sage  
Wood-Sage  
Solomon's Seal  
Samphire  
Sanicle  
Saracen's Confound, or Saracen's Woundwort  
Sauce-Alone, or Jack-By-The-Hedge-Side  
Winter And Summer Savoury  
Savine  
The Common White Saxifrage  
Burnet Saxifrage  
Scabious, Three Sorts  
Scurvygrass  
Self-Heal  
The Service-Tree  
Shepherd's Purse  
Smallage  
Sopewort, or Bruisewort  
Sorrel  
Wood Sorrel  
Sow Thistle  
Southern Wood  
Spignel, or Spikenard  
Spleenwort, Ceterach, or Heart's Tongue  
Star Thistle  
Strawberries  
Succory, or Chicory  
Stone-Crop, Prick-Madam, or Small-Houseleek  
English Tobacco  
The Tamarisk Tree  
Garden Tansy  
Wild Tansy, or Silver Weed  
Thistles  
The Melancholy Thistle  
Our Lady's Thistle  
The Woollen, or Cotton Thistle  
The Fuller's Thistle, or Teasle  
Treacle Mustard  
Mithridate Mustard  
The Black Thorn, or Sloe-Bush  
Thorough Wax, or Thorough Leaf  
Thyme  
Wild Thyme, or Mother of Thyme  
Tormentil, or Septfoil  
Turnsole, or Heliotropium  
Meadow Trefoil, or Honeysuckles  
Heart Trefoil  
Pearl Trefoil  
Tustan, or Park Leaves  
Garden Valerian  
Vervain  
The Vine  
Violets  
Viper's Bugloss  
Wall Flowers, or Winter Gilliflowers  
The Wallnut Tree  
Wold, Weld or Dyer's Weed  
Wheat  
The Willow Tree  
Woad  
Woodbine, or Honey-Suckles  
Wormwood  
Yarrow, Milfoil And Thousald-Leal  
Directions For Making Syrups, Conserves
Directions For Making Syrups, Conserves  
Of Leaves of Herbs, or Trees  
Of Flowers  
Of Seeds  
Of Roots  
Of Barks  
Of Juices  
Of Distilled Waters  
Of Syrups  
Of Juleps  
Of Decoctions  
Of Oils  
Of Electuaries  
Of Conserves  
Of Preserves  
Of Lohocks  
Of Ointments  
Of Plaisters  
Of Poultices  
Of Troches  
Of Pills  
Mixing Medicines According To Disease  
The English Physician And Family Dispensatory
Human Virtues In the Body of Man  
Roots  
Barks  
Woods And their Chips, or Raspings  
Herbs And their Leaves  
Flowers  
Fruits And their Buds  
Seeds or Grains  
Tears, Liquors, And Rozins  
Juices  
Things Bred From Plants  
Living Creatures  
Parts of Living Creatures, And Excrements  
Belonging To the Sea  
Metals, Minerals, And Stones  
A Catalogue of Simples In the New Dispensatory
Roots  
Woods  
Herbs  
Flowers  
Fruits  
Seeds  
Metals, Stones, Salts, And Other Minerals  
Simple Distilled Waters  
Simple Waters Distilled  
Compounds, Spirit   
Tinctures  
Physical Wines  
Physical Vinegars  
Decoctions  
Syrups  
Purging Syrups  
Syrups Made With Vinegar And Honey  
Rob, or Sapa: And Juices  
Lohoch, or Eclegmata  
Preserved Roots, Stalks, Barks, Flowers, Fruits  
Conserves And Sugars  
Sugars  
Species, or Powders  
Electuaries  
Purging Electuaries  
Pills  
Troches  
Simple Oils By Expression  
Compound Oils By Infusion And Decoction  
Ointments More Simple  
Ointments More Compound  
Cerecloaths  
Plaisters  
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