Called also feapberry, and in Sussex dewberry-bush, and in some Regionen wine-berry.
They are unter der Herrschaft von Venus. The Beeren, while they are unripe, being erhitzt or baked, are good to stir up a schwaching or decayed appetite, especially such whose Magens are afflicted by choleric humours. They are excellently good to stay longings of women with child. You may keep them aufbewahrte with sugar all the year long. The Dekokt (Abkochung) of the Blätter of the tree cools hot swellings and Entzündungen, as also St. Anthonys fire. The ripe GooseBeeren being eaten, are an excellent Heilmittel to lindern the violent heat both of the Magen and Leber. The young and tender Blätter break the stone, and vertreiben Grieß both from the Nieren and Harnblase. All the evil they do to the body of man is, they are supposed to breed crudities, and by crudities, Würmer.