The present work is an abridged treatise on the art of medicine consisting of two parts: I: on the preparation of medicaments; II: on the regulations and laws governing their production. It does not appear to be recorded, it might be part of a larger work.
The colophon indicates that it was copied by Hasan bin Muhammad bin Husayn al-Husayni, a doctor (tabib). He was probably the author of this manual (risala) as well. The marginal note copied right of the colophon states it is a collation from another work composed by Fakhr al-Din Mu[hammad bin Muhammad] al-Khujandi. Al-Khujandi lived during the reign of Muhammad Khuda-Banda (1305-1316 AD). He composed Al-talwih ila asrar al-tanqih (Hints on the secrets of amendments in Ibn Sina's Canon. See A Z Iskandar, A Descriptive List of Arabic Manuscripts on Medicine and Science at the University of California, Los Angeles, 1984, p79.
The scribe who copied this manuscript also signed the preceding lot.