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"Every man his own physician."

Samuel Bulfinch Emmons

"Every man his own physician."

The vegetable family physician: containing a description of the roots and herbs common to this country, with their medicinal properties and uses: also directions for the treatment of the diseases incident to human nature, by vegetables alone; embracing many valuable Indian recipes.

by Samuel Bulfinch Emmons

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Published by G.P. Oakes in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine, Botanic

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Samuel B. Emmons
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. l., [7]-176 p.
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14439990M
    LC Control Number07016208

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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and. The titles of his works, alluded to above, are: 1. 'Every Man his own Doctor, completed with an Herbal, &c.' by John Archer, one of his Majesty's Physicians in Ordinary. 2nd edition.

London, printed for the Author, and are to be sold at his house, (1st edition ). Every man his own physician [electronic resource]: Being a complete collection of efficacious and approved remedies, for every disease incident to the human body.: With plain instructions for their common use.

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Contributor(s). BF also reprinted Every Man his own Doctor in The American Instructor (Phila., ), and a German translation was published by BF and Johann Boehm in For Tennents later publications, most of which continued his crusade for snakeroot, and for his John Tennent (c.

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Smith, A. Date Available online. View. [John Tennent.] Every Man his own Doctor: or, the Poor Planter's Physician. Third edition.

Williamsburg: William Parks, The first American domestic medicine manual. Tennent was a Virginia doctor controversial for advocating Native American herbal remedies.

The earliest surviving copy is of the second edition, Williamsburg, 'Every man his own physician.'The vegetable family physician? containing a description of the roots and herbs common to this country, with their medicinal properties and uses?

also directions for the treatment of the diseases incident to human nature, by vegetables alone; embracing many valuable Indian Samuel B. Emmons.An entrepreneur and an individualist operating in a time and a place ideally suited to his approach, Gale worked independently of any organization, choosing, instead, to directly give the public the means to heal.

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