4 edition of A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock found in the catalog.
A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock
StГ¶rck, Anton Freiherr von
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3533, no. 6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock: In which its efficacy in the cure of many desperate disorders is fully confirmed by a great variety of remarkable cases as well as by the author, Dr. Antony Störck Together with corollaries and cautions. Translated from the original Latin, by a physician.
A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock.: In which its efficacy in the cure of many desperate disorders is fully confirmed by a great variety of remarkable cases, where this Remedy has been administered by several eminent Physicians and Surgeons in different Parts of Germany and Flanders, as well as by the author, Dr.
Antony Störck, Aulic Councellor and one of the Principal. Observations Upon a Treatise on the Virtues of Hemlock, in the Cure of Cancers: Written by Dr.
Storck, an Eminent Physician in the Imperial City of V, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock In which its efficacy in t- $ Like New: A book Seller Rating: % positive. A Second Essay on the Medicinal Virtues of Hemlock: In which Its Efficacy in the Cure of Many Desperate Disorders is Fully Confirmed by a Great Variety.
Author(s): Störck,Anton,Freiherr von, Title(s): A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock. In which its efficacy in the cure of many desperate disorders is fully confirmed. Herb: Hemlock Latin name: Conium maculatum Family: Umbelliferae Medicinal use of Hemlock: Hemlock is a very poisonous plant that has a long history of medicinal use, though it is very rarely used in modern herbalism.
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Description: ix, 62 p. ; 22 cm. Language: English Notes: Binder's error: p. -8 of his A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock bound in before pref. Pages of Gentlemen's Magazine, Dec.containing "Account of Dr.
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Störck, A. von () A second essay on the medicinal virtues of hemlock In which its efficacy in the cure of many desperate disorders is fully confirmed by a great variety of remarkable cases, as well as by the author, Dr.
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The second pamphlet, by John Andree (/), a physician and co-founder of the London Hospital, recommends against using hemlock to treat cancer.
Andree is responding to the Viennese physician Anton von Störck’s publication on hemlock, An Essay on the Medicinal Nature of his Observations upon a Treatise on the Virtues of Hemlock, in the Cure of Cancers.
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