Coquelicot - Poppy
- Papaver rhoeas


COQUELICOT, vient communément dans les bleds & dans les mars, sans soin & sans culture; se myltiplie de semences en Mars.

On ne se sert que des fleurs de cette plante; ou les emploie à la maniere du thé, avec un peu de sucre, dans le rhume, dans les fluxions de poitrine, les pleurésies, l’esquinancie, & dans la toux invétérée & opiniâtre.


POPPY, commonly comes in the wheat fields & in the byways, without care & without cultivation; multiplies with seeds in March.

Only the flowers of this plant are used; or use them like tea, with a little sugar, in colds, in chest infections, pleurisy, quinsy [a complication of tonsillitis], & in inveterate & obstinate cough.

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