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Rosa Anglica (Author: [unknown])

section 6


Indications of the approach of the swelling called hyposarca: stoppage of the excess matter that is wont to flow, such


as haemorrhage, haemorrhoidal and catamenial, sweat, and urine; the face becoming paler than usual; excessive appetite for food, or lack of the same; a kind of swelling in the testicles; and plethora of humours in the whole body.