Cigue - Poison Hemlock
- Conium maculatum

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CIGUE, vient sans soin & sans culture dans toutes sortes de terres. Elle se multiplie de semences & de plant enraciné en Mars.

On ne se sert point intérieurement de cette plante, étant un poisn; mais extérieurement pour les tumeurs de foie & de la rate, pour les ganglions, pour dissiper le lait coagulé dans les mammelles: on en fait des cataplasmes émolliens & résolutifs, propre pour appaiser l’inflammation des bourses. L’emplâtre qu’on fait de cette plante, a les mêmes vertus.

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CIGUE, comes without care & without cultivation in all kinds of lands. It propagates from seed & rooted plant in March. This plant is not used internally, being a poison; but externally for liver and spleen tumors, for the ganglia, to dissipate the coagulated milk in the breasts: they are made into emollient & resolving poultices, to soothe and cleanse the inflammation of the bursae [joints]. The plaster that is made of this plant has the same virtues.


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