physic (v.) 1
cure, correct, dose with medicine
AYL I.i.81 [Oliver alone, of Orlando] I will physic your rankness
LC 259 [] compound love to physic your cold breast
Mac II.iii.47 [Macbeth to Macduff] The labour we delight in physics pain
TC I.iii.378 [Ulysses to Nestor, of praising Ajax] that will physic the great Myrmidon [Achilles], / Who broils in loud applause
WT I.i.37 [Camillo to Archidamus, of Mamillius] one that indeed physics the subject