Johannes Pharamund Rhumelius
He is chiefly notable for his works on alchemical medicine, Opuscula Chemico-Magico-Medica (Noremburgse, 1635), Medicina Spagyrica Tripartita (1648), the Compendium Hermeticum (1635) and the Compendium fortificatorium (1632).
His Spagyric Medicine also appeared in German translation as Medicina Spagyrica oder spagyrische Artzneykunst (Frankfurt, 1662), and in a French edition: Médecine spagyrique (1648).
- Allen G. Debus, The Chemical Philosophy, Dover Publications, 2003, pp. 453–4
- Lynn Thorndike, A History of Magic and Experimental Science, part 12, 1923, pp. 192–4