Part of the “Living History Reference Books Series”: “This is the second volume in a series of two about the production of remedies between 1560 and 1660. It covers the methods and equipment used in the process of distillation. It is intended as a guide to those who are interested in distillers and apothecaries in the period. Distillation was an art practiced by many in the period. References to the process can be found in period documents as diverse as the will left by a surgeon and many a good wives receipt books. Without the contemporary restrictions it was a process available to anyone who wanted to have a go. For this reason many others may wish to read into and develop an understanding of the project.”
Softcover: 16 pages.
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