Mummy of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II

Without the proper knowledge and its means to address and resolve diseases, no wonder that the requirements medicine oldest today appear very bizarre and definitely not credible (Here you find some examples: http://www.pilloledistoria.it/8681/medioevo/medicina-medievale-cosi-si-curavano-le-emorroidi e http://www.pilloledistoria.it/9002/storia-antica/medicina-nellantica-roma-cure-bizzarre-calcoli-renali).

In the Middle Ages spread the belief that powdered mummy It was beneficial to human health, a belief that became even more rooted and profound during the seventeenth century, so that it was possible to get it at any pharmacy.

What was the?

It was said that could cure the ulcer, amenorrhea, sexual dysfunctions (in particular male impotence) and headaches…we can imagine how effectively (Photo gives: tramineraromatico.wordpress.com).