The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron

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Medicine -- Early works to
GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2379:4
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The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron. Abstract. 1 sheet ([1] p.)Caption ation date from two a list of coffee-houses which serve saffron ect: torn, cropped at foot with slight loss of uction of the original in. In Crocologia – A Detailed Study of Saffron, the King of Plants, Sally Francis and Maria Teresa Ramandi present the first translation into English of Johann Ferdinand Hertodt’s seminal work Crocologia, a book uniquely devoted to the medical uses of t discusses saffron’s origin, related species, cultivation, selection, properties and lists all its pharmaceutical.

The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron: Powered by DLXS To comment or inquire about content, contact [email protected] To report errors. When the liquor is about to run, 2 oz. of British saffron, tied in a linen bag, should be fixed to the extremity of the worm, so that the spirit may filtre through, and extract all the virtues of the saffron.

When the distillation is completed, the whole should be sweetened with a sufficient quantity of double-refined sugar, and decanted for use. A cordial is any invigorating and stimulating preparation that is intended for a medicinal purpose. The term derives from an obsolete usage. Various concoctions were formerly created that were believed to be beneficial to one's health, especially for the heart (cor in Latin).

Some cordials, with their flecks of gold leaf and bright yellow hue, took their name from the "cordial vertues" of the. Then we've got these bizarre ingredients that are horrible. And they put that into wine spirits. Skip to 1 minute and 38 seconds The connection between tonics, which were used to improve health-- Yeah.

--and strength and stuff like that, and that connection with that and alcohol it became a cocktail. Oh, yes, for medicinal purposes, obviously. The Culinary Uses of Saffron This is a continuation of my Spice Series. Let’s talk about the culinary uses of saffron: Saffron is the world’s most expensive spice.

One pound of dried saffron goes for about $5, about 25 percent of the price of a pound of gold. Thankfully, saffron. a friend ordered some of the saffron for me. beautiful quality, best i've come across. have used kashmiri (pretty poor quality overall, lots of yellow style, have to use a fair bit, but still had a good flavour and aroma that i found was better suited to desserts - khir and shrikhand), and spanish.

The virtue that empowers us to respect the rights of others and to give them their due. T/F Jesus told Nicodemus that we need rebirth by water and the spirit to enter the Kingdom. True. T/F Urges to do what is right are graces from the Holy Spirit.

True. T/F Jesus offered the. Rosa-solis; Take of the hearbe Rosa-Solis, gathered in Iulie one gallon, pick out all the black moats from the leaues, dates halfe a pound, Cinamon, Ginger, Cloues of each one ounce, grains halfe an ounce, fine sugar a pound and a halfe, red rose leaues, greene or dried foure handfuls, steepe all these in a gallon of good Aqua Composita in a glasse close stopped with wax, during twenty dayes.

Rhubarb 1 oz., senna, coriander seeds, sweet fennel seeds, cochineal, saffron, and liquorice root, of each, a 1/4 oz., and of jar raisins 4 oz. Saffron is irresistibly tantalizing drawing us in with its sultry, provoking aroma and passionate, seductive energy.

-- Saffron Magical Properties and Uses. Article by Elune Blue. Saffron Uses Saffron Benefits Magic Herbs Herbal Magic Plant Magic Saffron Flower Witch Herbs Baby Witch Herbs.

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Review and use. The virtues and uses of the most usual herbs and plants, their roots, barks, leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, used in physick. The second edition, corrected and much enlarged.

By William Salmon, professor of physick.". The flowers candied or made into a conserve, are helpful in the former cases, but are chiefly used as a cordial, and are good for those that are weak in long sickness, and to comfort the heart and spirits of those that are in consumption, or troubled with often swoonings, or passions of the heart: the distilled water is no less effectual to all.

When now to Xanthus' yellow stream they drove, (Xanthus, immortal progeny of Jove,) The winged deity forsook their view, And in a moment to Olympus flew.

Now shed Aurora round her saffron ray, Sprang through the gates of light, and gave the day: Charged with the mournful load, to Ilion go The sage and king, majestically slow.

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And Hermes says, there is nothing like the fume of spermaceti for the raising up of spirits; therefore if a fume be made of that, lignum aloes, pepperwort, musk, saffron, and red storax, tempered together with the blood of a lapwing or bat, it will quickly gather airy spirits to the place where it is used; and if it be used above the graves of.

"Thus we obtain an acid, aromatic medicine, of great use in the practice of physic; for when externally applied, it cleanses and heals putrid, sinuous, and fistulous old ulcers, defends the parts from putrefaction, and preserves them by a true embalming virtue; it also heals ulcers, and cures gangrenes in the lips, tongue, palate, and jaws.

An apothecary of Calieut, by the use of amber, is said to have lived years; and the nobles of Barbary, where the common people are short-lived, are found by a use of the same means to be long-lived.

Our own an-cestors, who were longer-lived than we arc, made great use of saffron, in cakes, broths, and the like. From Audemus Spirits I made a honey syrup, mixing a tablespoon of honey with 1 tablespoon of very hot water, stirring them together, and letting it cool.

The Audemus team uses (2 parts honey) and they like to use their Covert liqueur, which is made with fig leaves, honey, and Cognac. It depends on which liqueur you go with, of course, but if you want a sweeter cocktail, you can use.

So is peony, sallendine, balm, ginger, gentian, and dittany; and vervain, which is of use in prophesying and expiations, as also driving away evil-spirits. The bay-tree also is consecrated to Phœbus, so is the cedar, the palm-tree, the ash, the ivy and vine, and whatsoever repel poisons and lightnings, and those things which never fear for the.

Patience for Christmas is the story of advice columnist Patience Friendly, whose relationship with her stubborn, over-bearing, publisher, Dougal MacHugh, is anything but cordial.

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Some of the methods used by the Old Alchemist’s were as follows: ‘ One method was to amalgamate the gold powder. Saffron of gold or aurum fulmininans was made by pouring aqua regalis (hydrochloric acid), water and oil of tartar onto thin plates of gold. Then. Learn beyond good and evil with free interactive flashcards.

Choose from different sets of beyond good and evil flashcards on Quizlet. As warmer weather appears and the beach calls to you its time for a drink. For a refreshing drink on those hot days, tropical drinks always come to mind. Taking some pineapple juice and mixing it with our very own Forager Gin and Blood Orange Cordial does the trick.

Ingredients. Forager Gin – 1 oz. Blood Orange Saffron Cordial or Orange Juice. Finally, the virtues are actively exercised by the soul, whereas, the soul is passive under the influence of the gifts, albeit with the necessary conscious assent of the intellect and free cooperation of the will.

“Such are the principal differences between the infused virtues and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Culpeper: It comforts the heart, cherishes the vital spirits, resists the pestilence, and all corrupt airs, which indeed are the natural causes of epidemical diseases, the sick may take a spoonful of it in any convenient cordial, and such as are in health, and have bodies either cold by nature, or cooled by age, may take as much either in the.

Paradise Lost By John Milton Book VIII Adam inquires concerning celestial motions; is doubtfully answered, and exhorted to search rather things more worthy of knowledge: Adam assents; and, still desirous to detain Raphael, relates to him what he remembered since his own creation; his placing in Paradise; his talk with God concerning solitude and fit society; his first meeting and nuptials with.

Alteratives, Herbs, other Vegetables, &c. Amongst these simples, which Galeottus reckons up, lib de promisc.

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doctor. cap. 3, and many exquisite herbalists have written of, these few following alone I find appropriated to this humour: of which some be alteratives; "which by a secret force," saith Renodeus, "and special quality expel future diseases, perfectly cure those which are, and.

Take pimento, caraway and coriander seeds, and lemon peel, of each four ounces; proof spirits three gallons, and a sufficient quantity of water; distil it, and sweeten it with one pound and an half of sugar: this is a cheap and good cordial, and may be used in all cases where a stomachic cordial .Herbal teas have their own characteristic virtues.

Some are slightly stimulating, others are soothing and induce quiet sleep or act as tranquilizers. Many are tonics that can bring an "out-of-gear" system back to complete health.

The author describes a wide range of tea-making herbs and gives instructions for their preparation and use. New edition of the classic best-seller.