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By Maureen Ash

New within the ?terrific?( NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING writer JAYNE ANN KRENTZ) Templar Knight secret series.

whilst a cake kills a squire, the fortress governor enlists assistance from Templar Bascot de Marins. yet as homicide spreads past the fortress partitions, he wonders whether it is actually the paintings of a deadly grasp of toxins.

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And let them reduce all of these to powder. Then let them take flour of the broad bean, add this to the powder, and mix this with fenugreek juice without any water or wine or other liquid. From all of this, let the person prepare a paste and dry it in the heat of the sun. Let them make this paste in the summer when they are able to have the sun so that they may have them in the winter. Let them then eat this paste whether fasting or eating. Afterward, let them take licorice, five times as much fennel and sugar as the weight of the licorice, and a little honey.

However, let whoever has been wounded with a sword express  Hildegard’s ealing lants the juice of sanicle, pour it into water, and drink it often, having eaten. The wound is purged inwardly and is made well little by little. .  Colchicum [heylheubt] is cold and dry, and there is nothing healthy or sound in it. It is not good for any person to eat it because if a person eats it, it makes all the good things dry in the person and causes them to fail. If a person eats a little of it for a short time, it increases the flesh on the outside while decreasing strength on the inside.

Let a person who has unhealthy flesh on his or her body, as if the person had scabies on the flesh, eat wild thyme either cooked with meat or in purees; the person’s flesh will be purged and made healthy inwardly. But let whoever has just a little place of scabies pound wild thyme with fresh lard and thus make an ointment out of it. Then rub it on the place and the person will be healed. Also, let whoever has a sick brain, as if it were empty, pulverize wild thyme and mix wheat flour in it with water, thus making a paste.

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