This whey is made by boiling half a pint of the scorbutic juices in a quart of cow's milk. More benefit, however, is to be expected from eating the plants, than from their expressed juices.
The scorbutic plants are, bitter oranges, brooklime, garden scurvy-grass, and water-cresses.
A number of other wheys may be prepared nearly in the same manner, as orange whey, cream of tartar whey, &c. These are cooling pleasant drinks in fevers, and may be rendered cordial, when necessary, by the addition of wine.
Domestic Medicine 2nd edition 1785