Centaury, the great stomachic: its preference to all other bitters; in that it gives an appetite and good digestion, and neither heats nor binds the body. With An Account of the Plant, and the Method of gathering, and preparing it; And a few Rules for such as have weak Stomachs. By J. Hill, MD. Member of the Imperial Academy.
- Hill, John, 1714?-1775.
- MDCCLXV. 
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London : printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street, MDCCLXV. 
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