* 84 Medicina Statica . Seit . VI . 
Explanation . ] This , as any violent Excrcife , af - feds the fevcral Parts of the Body , according as by their Contextures and Offices they are difpofed unto . Thus the fame thing which ( trains by its violent Motions the moil nervous Parts , and ders them weaker thereby , cannot but alio more brifkly agitate the Blood , and occafion a greater Heat than before in thole Parts where it is moil plentifully colledted ; and thus at the ( lime time that the Liver ( where is the greateil Collettion of Blood for its Bulk of any Part of the Body ) is heated , the Stomach is weakned i by which I can undcriland no more when San florins fays it is cooled ; and thus of the other Parts as they are naturally by their liar Makes difpofed to be afïeftcd . The Heat ing more open Pafiages in one Part to fly away than another - , and the Refolution of it in the Stomach , any more than in the Liver , are Exprcfiions that betray but a very imperfect Notion in Anatomy , which was but very Lune before Harvey's Difcovery of the Circulation . 
A P H . XXV . 
ct If thofe Eatables which a Man takes in after " immoderate Coition beget Flatulencies , as Oyilcrs " and new Wine , they are hurtful - , becaufe tjiey " prevent the Bodies coming to its natural Standard u afterwards . 
Explanation . ' ] It is a fure Sign , that thofe things which colled fuch Vapours inwardly , do not go oft in a due Quantity by the Skin - , they are pot good therefore at any Time , but efpecjally when the lids , and confequently the digcllive Faculties , arc weakened by any violent Motions : whether what is here mentioned , or any other thing is apt to offend jhis way , every one may bell judge by his own Experience . 
A P H .

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