Botanolo'gia. The Brittish physician: or, The nature and vertues of English plants. Exactly describing such plants as grow naturally in our land, with their several names, Greek, Latine, or English, natures, places where they grow, times when they flourish, and are most proper to be gathered; their degrees of temperature, applications and vertues, physical and astrological uses, treated of; each plant appropriated to the several diseases they cure, and directions for their medicinal uses, throughout the whole body of man; being most special helps for sudden accidents, acute and chronick distempers. By means whereof people may gather their own physick under every hedge, or in their own gardens, ... For what climate soever is subject to any particular disease, ... With two exact tables, the one of the English and Latine names of the plants; the other o the diseases, and names of each plant appropriated to their diseases, with their cures. By Robert Turner, botanolog. stud.