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Nature is the ruler of everything and offers an alternative to traditional medicine. While professors continue debating the appropriate medical methodology, easily obtainable natural remedies can lead to a speedy recovery.
This is the basic attitude of Theodorus Priscianus (around AD 400) whose recipes are based on natural remedies promise a successful treatment from head to toe (or more precisely: from hair loss to toe graft) to restore beauty and health. The author can be seen as a pioneer of a popular Naturopathy.