This chapter introduces the notion of the pharmacy of noblewomen. It explains the curing effects in courts and discusses the emergence of medical empiricism. It explains how cures caused by noblewomen had been widely recognized within the locals since the Middle Ages. This chapter also discusses the context in which remedies were created and distributed.
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