That all juices have the same virtues with the herbs or fruits whereof they are made, I suppose few or none will deny, therefore I shall only name a few of them, and that briefly.

Sugar is held to be hot in the first degree, strengthens the lungs, takes away the roughness of the throat, succours the reins and bladder.

The juice of Citrons cools the blood, strengthens the heart, mitigates the violent heat of fevers.

The juice of Lemons works the same effect, but not so powerfully.

Juice of Liquorice, strengthens the lungs, helps coughs and colds.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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