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Friday, January 6, 2017

OXIMEL - OXYMEL

Oxymel for Phlegmatic Illnesses
Photo by: Lord-Williams
oxymel. A mixture of honey and vinegar, with or without other ingredients and made into a medieval syrup or drink. Avenzoar recommended it to evacuate the stomach and clean it, to stop thick humors and soften the sharpness of yellow bile. [Anón/Huici.1966:277:507; ES: Lord. “cubo.” Oct 16, 13: “flemáticos. ”  Aug 8, 14; and Ibn Zuhr/García Sánchez. 1992:96:101]

See blog titled “cubo” published October 16, 2013 for Anón Al-Andalus #507 Jarabe de Sakanŷabīn simple/Syrup of Simple Sikanjabîn (Oxymel), p 277 and blog titled “flemáticos” published August 8, 2014 for a different version of the same recipe.

SYRUP OF SIMPLE SIKANJABÎN (OXYMEL), HUICI’S TRANSLATION INTO SPANISH OF ANÓN AL-ANDALUS


#507. JARABE DE SAKANŶABĪN SIMPLE, p 277



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