This slim volume contains a manuscript copy of part of an Arabic treatise describing the usefulness of potable medicaments. It was authored by the medical practitioner (mutaṭabbib) Amīn al-Dīn ʻAbd al-Raḥmān ibn ʻUmar al-Sīwāsī al-Abhārī (d. 1333).
Take barberry seed, ten dirhams; clover dodder seed, three dirhams; Macassar sandalwood, two dirhams; endive seed; ten dirhams. Crush those ingredients that need to be crushed and boil them in water until you extract the faculty of a drug. You soak and purify the ingredients and add to them two raṭls of endive water, four ūqiyya of rose petals, and four raṭls of sugar. Let it reach the desired consistency and remove.
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