Taqwim as-sihhah

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Taqwim as-sihhah by Ibn Botlân of Baghdad, Arabic physician, and the name of the herbal translates as "Maintenance of Health". Translated into Latin in the mid Thirteenth century, it was basis for several herbals named Tacuinum Sanitatis or similar written in early 15th Cent.

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