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.