Culpeper was in fact quite a radical figure in the seventeenth-century English medical world. He felt that the poor were being exploited, and their health abused, by a Latin pharmacopoeia based upon foreign plants, accessible only to the physicians and pharmacists who maximised their profits thereby. Culpeper decided to provide recipes written in English and based upon the English flora, so that ordinary people could treat their own illnesses with remedies at hand.
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