The complete herbal
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Nicholas Culpeper (1618-54) was a physician and herbalist during the reign of Elizabeth I, whose practice in East London was famous for treating the poor for no charge. His masterwork, The English Physician (known as Culpeper's Herbal) was published posthumously. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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According to Mary Rhinelander McCarl there are two works currently in print:
1. "Culpeper's Complete Herbal: A Book of Natural Remedies for Ancient Ills". This is a reprint of the 1653 "English Physician Enlarged", which is Culpeper's translation of the College of Physicians 1618 "Pharmacopoeia Londinensis" together with selections from his 1655 "Last Legacy". The plants are arranged alphabetically from "Amara Culcis" to "Yarrow".
2. "Culpeper's Complete Herbal: Consisting of a Comprehensive Description of Nearly All Herbs" which is a photo-reproduction of an unknown nineteenth-century edition of the "Culpeper's Complete Herbal" that does not depend on Culpeper's original book.Read more ›
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Arrived quickly but not the book illustrated. Very disappointed.Published 6 months ago by Mrs C A Woodcock
Great reference book that I use a lot when making my products - great info and so interesting to see how Nicholas Culpeper wrote in those days. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Snowdrops
I've wanted this for years as I know it has all the information I need for making Natural helps and aids via Herbs as well as learning their uses and how to prepare them. Read morePublished 10 months ago by OMGTheSonOfAdam