arquebusade

Related to arquebusade: Arquebuse

arquebusade

(ˈɑːkwɪbəˌseɪd)
n
the shot of an arquebusa distilled water produced from a range of aromatic plants which was originally used to heal gunshot wounds
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Gerrard suggests that 'A decoction of leaves is good for them that have the naughty liver', and the plant was an essential ingredient of Arquebusade Water which was applied to wounds caused by faulty firing mechanisms of early firearms.
Arquebusade. It is made of sage, mugwort, ([section]) and mint, distilled in wine." In Pharmacopeia Bateanna, balsamum sclopetarium is described as "a balsam for gun-shot wounds." (14) The next entry after sclopetaria aqua is sclopetoplaga, succinctly defined as a "gun-shot wound." (15) Now presented is a plausible hypothesis for the etymology of vulnus sclopetarium.
([section]) In Culpepper's Complete Herbal & English Physician by Nicholas Culpepper, published in 1814, there is no mention of sclopetaria aqua or Arquebusade. Mugwort is discussed on pp.
(32) The revolutionaries doubtless used heavy iron hammers, ropes, and arquebusades to shatter the stone and pull the sculptures to the ground.