This manuscript, written with black ink, can be categorized as a book of pharmacology.
The manuscript is from the formula of Ulu al-Albab Fi al-Jami'e by Dawoud al-Antaki.
It is considered an excellent theoretical and experimental educational reference in pharmacology.
It explains in four chapters the complete theory of pharmacology.
It also mentions the general rules of the simple and complex medicines.
It deals with the diseases of particular organs and their effect on each other as a whole, reasons for disease, and how to cure them.
When it discusses eggs, it evaluates them as being the next best thing to meat, or as an equal to it. It discusses the yolk, the white and the shell separately.
It talks about the white being mixed with several other ingredients and the medical and cosmetic effect, and the same about the shell and the yolk, whether the latter be hard or soft.