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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...ice in society or even any representation in society, they live and die like plants that have no seeds! 51 R 10 – Role of Women Associations... ...t ultimately causing death. She says there is no one who has discovered any medicinal cure for HIV/AIDS. She says she does not know the ways in wh...

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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty: Volume II

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...o an end, and anew to plant righteousness, giving their last culture to the few plants which remain fit for use; and by these means to collect most ... ...resurrection and judgment, in the heaven above, what use can there be for those medicinal leaves which are for the healing of the nations? The variou...

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French Natural Remedies & Recipes from Beautiful Tasmania

By: Christiane Guise

...duction xiv Managing Stress 1 Healing Plants 4 Wonderful Teas ... ...rst chapter explains how to manage stress.  Then, a brief description of the plants used in the recipes is given; this includes their legends, c... ...s used in the recipes is given; this includes their legends, cultivations, and medicinal values of course. To treat minor disorders and conditions ... ...orders and conditions such as high cholesterol and blood pressure, only common plants have been selected. This choice is essential for two reasons:... ... is essential for two reasons: you will not worry about side effects as common plants are harmless when taken in reasonable amount; and you can gro... ...barks, or seeds with cold water and boil them for ten minutes to extract their medicinal properties. The amount of herbs is important.  Use no mo... ...er. Collect the petals when the rose is fully open. 24 Roses have great medicinal properties; they purify the blood and are wonderful as a n... ...atable. Remember to infuse the roots for twenty-four hours to release all their medicinal properties. Valerian contains acetic acid and magnesium.... ...wine with meal is good for us; and when the wine is natural and contains great medicinal properties, it becomes a real treat. The Hawthorn wine is ...

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Encyclopedia of Home Remedies for Better Life

By: Dr Izharul Hasan

...s in a conventional medical school. Today licensed physicians combine herbal medicinal practice with mainstream practice, to provide patients with b... ...ion of dairy, coffee and individual dietary allergens is crucial. Appropriate plants are also needed to restore hormonal balance. Locally, calendula,... ...or hardening of the arteries relies upon the strong antioxidant power of many plants, preventing the arterial damage that acts as a site for the deve... ... can remove existing arteriosclerosis, returning elasticity to arteries. Such plants have multiple benefits, such as toning the heart, reducing chol... ...s hawthorn, while a combination or rotating schedule of several other healing plants will maximize their long-term benefit. Encyclopedia of Home re... ...ion and neurotransmitter production. In the long run, nervine and adaptogenic plants can protect, detoxify and heal the nervous system—all without th... ...t has been boiled. This adds an aroma to the steam which is both pleasant and medicinal. Steam inhalation is something that is completely harmless w... ...honey, should be stirred in 120 ml of carrot juice. This should be given as a medicinal tonic thrice daily in the treatment of tuberculosis. It liqu...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...s, hills, and most other natural objects, as well as in individual people, plants and wildlife, and also as the Rainbow Serpent which lives in many bo... ...ubmission to, as well as a plea for, well-being from the prayed-to entity. Plants, trees, rocks, mountains, birds, beasts, the water, the cloud, the s... ...e) of the most di- verse categories as possessing orenda: humans, animals, plants, inanimate objects, shamans, witches, and so on are all said to poss... ...sted there was a sky world that contained land, water, animals and fish and plants, but no sun, moon, or stars, but there was a tree of light. Manlike ... ...s orenda the Good Twin now creates man and woman, some helpful animals and plants, unimpeded waterways, and Thunders (rains) to help with the crops. H... ...son received a long training and made use of an extensive pharmacopoeia of medicinal roots and herbs, as well as possibly having later dreams and visi...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...e buffalo is slow. The buffalo has many advantages: the manure is good for plants, the meat can be eaten, and a field ploughed with a buffalo gives a ... ... grow rice, tomato, beans and chilli peppers, but nothing long-term, large plants like mango trees or fruit trees. One can only grow things on newly e... ...ons. So, just a year in each place, then the teak trees grow and shade the plants so much that the crop suffers. Swidden cultivation used to be easy a... ...almost unbroken ribbon of domestic dwellings, industrial premises, casting plants, market gardens, a large canning factory. The forests on the ridge h... ...he aim is to use biotechnology (genetic modification) and large composting plants to create a new, chemical-free farming method; it would be the count... ... with a bunch (vihta) of various twigs or plants. Herbalists who heal with medicinal plants are not mentioned in villagers' reminiscences, and the mod... ...her 1986. Traditional Herbal Medicine in Northern Thailand. With a list of medicinal plants by Terje Björnland and Trond Schumacher. Univ. California...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...ion. You can see the same split which created our Universe in organic seeds, plants, insects, reptiles, shellfish, fish, birds, mammals and brains. ... ...ich are separated then re-combine, so they can be transformed back into living plants and soil to nourish roots and living creatures. In the contex... ...ecomposition and composition. Without this balance there would be no Life, no plants, no animals, and no humans. Our ancestors’ method of survi... ...diary heat of the ashes covering the ground and all the trees and bushes and plants would cause small areas to catch on fire, or just one plant wou... ...s from growing into a full-fledged forest fire. Only the driest and thinnest plants would have burned. Depending on how thick the ashes were, and h... ...heir lungs… Tobacco. Before the European scum came, tobacco was used to as a medicinal plant to heal. Its life-energy was so powerful that the Nat...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...ural credit unions and provided credit lines to small farmers and rural processing plants. To no avail. The insecurity of this hastily foisted regi... ...othing to do with its usage in psychopathology. True, Lasch did his best to sound "medicinal". He spoke of "(national) malaise" and accused the Ame...

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The Snakelex Report

By: Christine Jones

...Genesis 1-11 Then God said. “Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to... ...ied of old age’. The man consumed a flagon of port weekly, supposedly for medicinal purposes and indulges in the odd cigar on special occasions. Res... ...arpets, smoke stained walls and ceilings, dusty benches, dusty artificial plants, dusty cocktail glasses, dusty shelves and poor lighting. The toile...

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New Life Incognita

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...se it was an herb and a plant that grew "naturally" and was often used for medicinal purposes. To Tyler's way of thinking, these had been all the perm... ...es as their silvery duet rose and floated out over her lavatera and salvia plants. "...A witch seeks to control the forces within her/himself that mak...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... mummies are still being gobbled up - mainly in Africa and Asia - for remedial and medicinal purposes and in order to enhance one's libido and vigo... ...ial- temporal), rather than fright (intrinsic). The repertoire of static organisms (plants, for instance) is rather more limited. Their ability to a... ...lied to the inanimate while empathy is applied to the living (animals, humans, even plants). But this is a difference in human preferences - not in ... ...ves of the many is a principle enshrined and embedded in activities such as war and medicinal care. All cultures, no matter how steeped (or rooted)... ...othing to do with its usage in psychopathology. True, Lasch did his best to sound "medicinal". He spoke of "(national) malaise" and accused the Ame... ...o the inanimate while empathy mainly applies to the living (animals, humans, even plants). But this is distinction is not essential. Empathy can, ... ...eology (and, at times, tautology). It anthropomorphesizes nature by attributing to plants, bacteria, and animals human qualities such as intelligen...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... mummies are still being gobbled up - mainly in Africa and Asia - for remedial and medicinal purposes and in order to enhance one's libido and vigo... ...ial- temporal), rather than fright (intrinsic). The repertoire of static organisms (plants, for instance) is rather more limited. Their ability to a... ...lied to the inanimate while empathy is applied to the living (animals, humans, even plants). But this is a difference in human preferences - not in ... ...ves of the many is a principle enshrined and embedded in activities such as war and medicinal care. All cultures, no matter how steeped (or rooted)... ...othing to do with its usage in psychopathology. True, Lasch did his best to sound "medicinal". He spoke of "(national) malaise" and accused the Ame... ...o the inanimate while empathy mainly applies to the living (animals, humans, even plants). But this is distinction is not essential. Empathy can, ... ...eology (and, at times, tautology). It anthropomorphesizes nature by attributing to plants, bacteria, and animals human qualities such as intelligen...

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The Dolliver Romance

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...re he was wont to cultivate a variety of herbs supposed to be endowed with medicinal virtue. Some of them had been long known in the pharmacopoia of t... ... had lis- tened to the old man’s legend of the miraculous virtues of these plants; and it took so firm a hold of his mind, that the row of outlandish ... ...f the earth caving in above him. Especially did he devote himself to these plants; and under his care they had thriven beyond all former prece- 24 Th... ...ore than once alluded, enabled the Doctor to toil pretty vigorously at his medicinal herbs,—his catnip, his ver- vain, and the like; but he did not tu... ...vain, and the like; but he did not turn his attention to the row of mystic plants, with which so much of trouble and sorrow either was, or appeared to... ... hand, perhaps scan- dalized at great-grandpapa’s neglect of the prettiest plants in his garden, resolved to do her small utmost towards balanc- ing h... ... 32 The Dolliver Romance to combine what they thought the virtues of many plants, thinking that something would result in the whole, which was not in...

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The New Atlantis

By: Francis Bacon

... which with you are lost; namely, that natural history which he wrote of all plants, from the cedar of Libanus to the moss that groweth out of the wal... ...gure, from their nature. And many of them we so order as that they become of medicinal use. “We have also means to make divers plants rise by mixtur... ...r as that they become of medicinal use. “We have also means to make divers plants rise by mixtures of earths without seeds, and likewise to make div... ...ts rise by mixtures of earths without seeds, and likewise to make divers new plants, differing from the vulgar, and to make one tree or plant turn int... ...shops of medicines; wherein you may easily think, if we have such variety of plants, and living creatures, more than you have in Europe (for we know w...

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Mosses from an Old Manse

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...s that they gush forth, some so bright and pure, and others with such rich medicinal virtues, from the dark bosom of the earth. Here, too, at an earli... ...n beneath the window and expended its fostering influences on a variety of plants, which seemed to have been cultivated with exceeding care. “Does thi... ... him, has been heard of as far as Naples. It is said that he distils these plants into medicines that are as potent as a charm. Oftentimes you may see... ...on the soil. All about the pool into which the water subsided grew various plants, that seemed to re quire a plentiful supply of moisture for the nou... ...ven had there been no sunshine. Every portion of the soil was peopled with plants and herbs, which, if less beautiful, still bore tokens of assidu ou... ... it was observable that she handled and inhaled the odor of several of the plants which her father had most sedulously avoided. 37 Hawthorne “Here, B... ...he healing art than those adopted by Rappaccini. It is his theory that all medicinal virtues are comprised within those substances which we term veget...

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Cratylus

By: Jowett, Benjamin, 1817-1893

... which doctors and diviners use, and their fumigations with drugs magical or medicinal, as well as their washings and lustral sprinklings, have all on... ...s eniautos and etos appear to be the same,—‘that which brings to light the plants and growths of the earth in their turn, and passes them in review ...

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Spoon River Anthology

By: Edgar Lee Masters

...se they could not admire Equally him and me. Now every gardener knows that plants grown in cellars Or under stones are twisted and yellow and weak. An... ... body, And was rejected And when my little brochure On the intelligence of plants Began to attract attention Y ou almost voted me in. After that I gre... ...he larks, And by Spoon River gathering many a shell, And many a flower and medicinal weed— Shouting to the wooded hills, singing to the green valleys....

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Pierrette

By: Honoré de Balzac

... not only the French Persia, it is also Baden, Aix, Cheltenham,—for it has medicinal springs. This was the spot which appeared from time to time befor... ...rative value recognized by the French faculty,—a poten- tial worthy of the medicinal properties of our roses.” “That is one of the caprices of caprice... ...e rock terrace,—a pic- turesque little quay, covered with iris and aquatic plants. She now changed her tactics, thinking she might catch Pierrette tri...

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Typee a Romance of the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

... overhanging cliff composed of basaltic rocks, hung round with parasitical plants. We must have been more than three thousand feet above the level of ... ...THE HISTORY OF THE PI-PIS FOUND IN THE VALLEY Almost every country has its medicinal springs famed for their healing virtues. The Cheltenham of T ypee... ...shaded by the most beautiful foliage, and adorned with a thousand fragrant plants. The mineral waters of Arva W ai* ooze forth from the crevices of a ... ...upon a root the properties of 177 Melville which are both inebriating and medicinal. ‘Wai’ is the Marquesan word for water. The water is held in high... ...ation by the islanders, some of whom consider it an agreeable as well as a medicinal bev- erage; they bring it from the mountain in their calabashes, ... ... right hand, the preparation was soon in readiness for use. The ‘arva’ has medicinal qualities. Upon the Sandwich Islands it has been employed with no...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne Book the Third

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...any other things, the garden of the king, where all the trees, fruits, and plants, according to the order and stature they have in a garden, were exce... ...nd all along on the inside, two perennial streams, bordered with beautiful plants, which they call moly. In this work, where they met with rocks and m... ...an any other sort of men; one may say of them, at the most, that they sell medicinal drugs; but that they are physicians, a man cannot say. [The editi... ... by any action that was very pleasant to me; and accordingly have made all medicinal conclusions largely give way to my pleasure; and I have, when I w... ... dying; to which may be added, that as in wounds, so in diseases, some are medicinal and wholesome. The stone is often no less long-lived than you; we... ...re to be fed with three or four pitiful and stinted repasts a day, after a medicinal manner: who will assure me that, if I have a good appetite in the...

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