Some plant medicines are prepared by steaming such as the Micrococca mercurialis
In the first book of skin diseases, De morbis cutaneis et omnibus corporis humani excrementis tractaus, Hieronymus Mercurialis
(1530-1606) dealt with various types of white patches and their remedies.
Studies regarding the improvement of the quality of life through exercise were numerous, since the second half of the 16th century (1569), when the physician Hieronymus Mercurialis
published in Venice the book "Ars gimnastica", in which he divided gymnastics into three branches: military, medical, and athletic, and he returns to the word "gymnastica", using it instead of "exercitium" or "exercitic"; Don Francesco Amoros (1770-1848) creates in France, in the Modern Age, a system of gymnastics divided into three categories: civilian gymnastics, military gymnastics, and medical gymnastics.
repandus (Willdenow) Miiller Argoviensis * Mercurialis
leiocarpa Sicbold 9 & Zuccarini * Sauropus androgynus (L.
Moreover, this community hold several synanthropic and alien species, asOpuntiaficus-indica, Ailanthus altissima, Arundo donax, Robinia pseudoacacia, Brassica fruticulosa, Dittrichia viscosa, Mercurialis
annua, Piptatherum miliaceum subsp.
and 10% other family plants (Stellaria media, Mercurialis
annua, Brassica sp.
Los resultados para sinantropia obtenidos de los indices numericos mostraron congruencia entre si; los tres indices (ID, II e IP) categorizan 12 especies como sinantropicas comunes: Tortolena glaucopis, Kukulcania hibernalis, Hogna antelucana, Pardosa mercurialis
, Oecobius beatus, Pholcophora texana, Psilochorus redemptus, Phidippus audax, Plexippus paykulli, Scytodes fusca, Selenops mexicanus, Loxosceles devia, y Heteropoda venatoria.
Outros autores, porem, como Jean Liebault ou Girolamo Mercurialis
, exploram os disturbios causados pela retencao do fluxo menstrual e comparam Faetusa a outros casos descritos nos tratados hipocraticos.
In Britain, the consumption of the flowers and seed heads of ancient woodland species, including oxlips Primula elatior, wood anemones Anemone nemorosa, dog's mercury Mercurialis
perennis and herb paris Paris quadrifolia, particularly by the introduced reeves' muntjac Muntiacus reevesi and naturalised fallow deer Dama dama (Tabor 2004, Cooke 2006), suggests the potential for deer to improve dispersal distances by acting as vectors for dispersal-limited woodland plants.
En fin de compte, ce que le livre de Vesalius est a l'anatomie, le livre de Mercurialis
(11) l'est a la gymnastique.
dagger]) ([dagger]) The library's collection by this time contained hundreds of books and manuscripts that dated from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century; among them were works of Gesnerus, Mercurialis
, Montagnana, Ryff, Leonicenus, Gersdorff, and the Bartholins (grandfather and grandson).
Aid Arnica Compress for strained muscles and bad bruises; Arnica Bump and Bruise Relief, perfect for the athlete with sore muscles or the person in need of comfort from the bumps, strains, sprains and bruises of life; Calendula Wound Cleanser, which helps heal minor cuts, scrapes and inflammation safely and naturally with the gentle cleansing, astringent action of calendula; as well as Mercurialis
Wound Rescue to heal inflamed, infected or poorly healing wounds with the aid of natural anti-inflammatory mercurialis