(image-15) 20. For a Sore throte or King's Evell Take guaiacom sliced ℥ iii, the bark of guaiacom ℥ i infuse in 6 quarts of fair water on hott ashes 24 hours. Then boyle it over a gentill fire till a third part be wasted. Then add of epithimum pollipodium ana ℥ ii , fumitory, borrage, and buglose roots, flowers of rosmary, prim rose, cow slips, violets, and sweet fenill seeds of each ℥ ss . Boyle it till a quart be wasted then add sena ℥ iii. Boyl it a litle and straine it and clarifie it with whits of eggs. Sweeten it with sugar. Give 2 or 3 spoonfulls every morning to a child, more to a groune person: enough to give 2 or 3 lous stooles in a daye for 8 days together. This alone have cured the King's Evill.
(image-16). 21. For [ . . .] Take cleere turpentine ʒ i and ruberb 1/2 ʒ in fine powder; mix them and take for many days together. 22. For Paine in the Eare Take mithredate and put it into the eare with a litle wooll and keep it warme. 23. For a Cough Take eggs boyle them till they bee hard, hold them in your hand one at a time as hott as you can suffer it and with the heat and strenght of your hand press out the oyle, take a quantity of this oyle and a little powder of alloes and fine sugar. Make it into a surrup. Take a litle of this surrup as often as need require. This is comended by G: as if non could equall it.
|Symbol||Name||TR (*)||ME (*)|
|lb, li, libr.||libra, pound||apothecary's pound||373.243 g|
|℥||uncia, ounce, unce||apothecary's ounce||31.103 g|
|Q||quarta||quart||between 0.95 and 1.16 liters|
|ʒ||dragma, dram||dram||3.888 g|
|G||grana, grain||grain||0.065 g (65 mg)|
|A||ana||of each one||of each one|
|lb ss||libr. semi||half an apothecary's pound||186.623 g|
|℥ ss||semuncia||half an apothecary's ounce||15.552 g|
Name = Name in Text
TR = Translation
ME = Modern Equivalent (approx.; in grams and liters)