MS 1041 of the Liège University is one of the earliest Tacuinum Sanitatis. It is attributed to the workshop of Giovannino de Grassi and dated to 1370-90. The text is a simplified version of a work by the physician Ibn Butlan who lived in Bagdan in the XI Century.
Roses are illustrated on f64r.
Nature: F[rigidae] i[n] 1o. s[iccae] in 3o melius ex ee plus hodorifere et recentes. \
Juvanmentu[m]: cerebro calido nocume[n]tum efficit quibusdam fodda \
Remotio nocume[n]ti. Cum canfora.
Nature: Cold in the first degree and dry in the third. The best are the freshest and most fragrant. \
Benefits: cure the illness of hot brain to whoever eats them. \
Removal of the illness: with camphor.