ARQUEBUSEDE ELIXIR FROM THE XVI CENTURY!
This mean for solders an invaluable treasure for centuries!
The first Arquebusade Elixir was made at the beginning of the 1500s by the French monks, for the wounds caused by gunshots, skin injuries, and to ease body pains received in these ruthless battles.
Throughout the centuries, Arquebusade Water has been documented with two types of records; written accounts, correspondence and invoices, and the original recipe!
The first Arquebusade Elixir was made at the beginning of the 1500s by monks living in the French St. Anton monastery.
The second Arquebusade Elixir: Written documents, contemporary correspondence, and original invoices written with quill remained from two Swiss pharmacists Fabre &Bouet who produced Arquebusade Water in the 1790s.
Archive documents from the 1790s provided by Mr. Fabre and Bouet
ARQUEBUSEDE ELIXIR IN THE XXI CENTURY!
Today, true to the tradition, make the original Arquebusade Water in Switzerland in two distinct combinations with great care and conscience as the monks did in the early 1500s and Fabre &Bouet from 1790!
La Véritable Eau d’Arquebusade
This wonderful herbal elixir of the monks who lived in the French St. Anton monastery was introduced to posterity by Nicola Lemery in the mid-1600s. Lemery was a doctor, chemist, and Louis XIV’s (the Sun King) apothecary. Lemery was a prominent intellectual luminary of his time and in 1699 was appointed to the Royal Academy of Sciences.
True Arquebusade Elixir from the French monks who lived in the 1500s!
Fabre & Bouet Arquebusade Herbal Water
From 1790, it was Fabre and Bouet, two apothecaries from Lausanne who continued the production of Arquebusade Water using the original recipe of the Arquebusade Elixir written in the 1600s. The merchant house they founded in 1790 can be considered to be the first official manufacturer of Arquebusade Water. A number of documents, correspondences and invoices written with quill remained from them for the generations to come. The efficacy of their Arquebusade Water was well known throughout Europe and had an extensive reputation. The Arquebusade Water was very often accepted as a means of payment.