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Witchcraft and Medicine

Witchcraft and Medicine

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Witchcraft and Medicine.
What it means and where it came from. According to the person who wrote the book. All very interesting and oneday will need to revert back to old age remedies once technology fails to provide good health for humans.
Witchcraft and Medicine.
What it means and where it came from. According to the person who wrote the book. All very interesting and oneday will need to revert back to old age remedies once technology fails to provide good health for humans.

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Published by: nikkiidaniels on May 02, 2009
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Published in conjunction with an exhibit at theNATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
MARCH 25 - JULY 19.1974
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFAREPublic Health ServiceNational Institutes of Health
DHEW Publication No. (NIH) 76-636
 
The National Library of Medicine extends thanks to the foNowing personsfor their support in the preparation of this exhibit:Copperthwm’te, Derek, Research Director, Dr. Gardner’s Museum of Witchcraft, San Francisco, CaliforniaGraubard, Mark. Ph.D., Professor Emen’tus and Chairman, Natural Science and History of Science, University of MinnesotaMeyer, F.G., Ph.D., The National Arboretum, U.S. Department ofAgricultureTrueblood, Emily Emmart, Ph.D.Weir, Jack K., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacognosy, School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina

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