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Magic, myth and medicine

by D. T. Atkinson

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Published by Fawcett Publications in Greenwich, Conn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementD.T. Atkinson
SeriesPremier reprints
The Physical Object
Pagination1
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24400649M
OCLC/WorldCa504295377

Business Computer Education Law Medicine Psychology Reference Science See All > Magic & Myth - Native American Fiction: Books. 1 - 18 of 18 results spooky forests and even outer space with a monster-revealing magic lens in this striking and unusual book. Children’s favorite monsters are hidden inside each page waiting to jump out when.   From leading medical expert Paul A. Offit, M.D., a scathing exposé of the alternative medicine industry, revealing how even though some popular therapies are remarkably helpful due to the placebo response, many of them are ineffective, expensive, and even deadlyIn Do You Believe in Magic?, Paul Offit, M.D., reveals how alternative medicine—an unregulated 4/5(1).

Truly original and unique, Leaves is the visionary life work of Alice Thoms Vitale who has devoted almost thirty years to researching and creating authentic portraits of living leaves. This historical herbal is an appreciative salute to the wonder, beauty, and utility of leaves, as well as a visual guide to their identity. Throughout recorded history, leaves have graced and scented gardens. Do You Believe in Magic? The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine – called Killing Us Softly: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine in the United Kingdom – is a book about alternative medicine by Paul Offit, an American expert of infectious diseases and was published in the United States by HarperCollins ( pages) and in the UK by Fourth Author: Paul Offit.

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Marisol Teijeiro, ND Like any good legend, the story of castor oil throughout the ages is one of ebbing and flowing, but mainly one of adapting into the common medical practices of the time. From the glory years in ethnobotanical and cultural medicine to the dark ages of fascist governments, castor oil has [ ]. Added to St. John's Wort oil, writes Judith, mugwort helps it to "travel deeply to the root of pain in muscular tissue or joint capsules." Mugwort is like the herbal guide to the underworld. (This is why I just sent four bottles of St. John's Wort + Mugwort oil off to Standing Rock- to deeply warm and bring pain relief to the water protectors.


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Magic, Myth and Medicine by D.T. Atkinson, First Premier Book Edition Paperback – January 1, by D.T. Atkinson (Author) See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: D.T. Atkinson. "Leaves in Myth, Magic & Medicine" is a delightful book that will bring readers years of pleasure.

Like nature itself, the magestic beauty contained within is revealed slowly in layers. More than just a beautiful picture book, the text for each leaf portrait is rich yet concise. "Leaves in Myth, Magic & Myth" is a wonderful monograph to give to /5(11).

Magic, myth and medicine. [Donald T Atkinson] Magic, germinator of scientific medicine --Geographical relation in early medicine --Early medicine in Greece --Medicine in early Rome --Nestor and Arabian medicine --Gilbertus Anglicus --Balavignus and the rebirth of sanitation --Simon de Covina establishes the Book\/a>, schema.

magic, myth and medicine by D. Atkinson ‧ RELEASE DATE: N/A A more extensive, and content-wise, less familiar history of the healing art than Kenneth Walker's The Story of Medicine (Oxford- ), here the long cavalcade of life and pain saving accomplishments is charted through their innovators.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Atkinson, Donald Taylor, Magic, myth and medicine. Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications. Leaves in Myth, Magic and Medicine book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

A historical herbal encompassing over one hundred /5. MAGIC, MYTH AND MEDICINE. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: In this pleasant and readable book of medicinal folklore through the ages Camp ranges from the purification rituals of the Australian aborigines to the Victorians' insatiable appetite for patent medicines and other nostrums guaranteed to cure everything from sexual disorders to.

Title: Magic, Myth and Medicine Author Name: Atkinson, D.T. Categories: Medicine, Edition: First Paperback Edition Publisher: NY, Fawcett Publications: Binding.

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Carrots, celery, caraway and cumin and their relatives in the Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) have a long history of human use dating from our earliest written records.

A large body of folklore has accumulated on their magical and mythical curative properties. Many of the early uses have persisted as part of 20th century folklore, sometimes supplementary to Cited by: