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Polyclinic system in Cuba - Promoting traditional-herbal (

Polyclinic System In Cuba - Promoting Traditional-herbal ("alternative") Medicine As A Rational Approach To Health

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  • Posted On : 29-May-2019
- In the United States, antibiotic and antimicrobial resistance effects as many as 2 million people per year according to the Centers for Disease Control, leaving some to turn toward types of traditional medicine practiced today in Cuba - Education policies, social outreach, technology and other reasons why the importance of traditional medicine has become ingrained in Cuban culture. - Fascinating similarities to South Asian culture: In the Alamar district of Havana, Cuba.... In traditional medicine, basil is used to treat stomach ailments and intestinal issues. The Indian counterpart is Tulsi! - The shelves of an Avenida 23 pharmacy are stocked with various forms of moringa, including dried leaves and leaf powder. Moringa is one of the most common and versatile plants within the practice of traditional medicine. Moringa happens to be native to tropical and subtropical regions of South Asia and is widely cultivated for its young seed pods and leaves used as vegetables - Moringa is drumstick, a famous and versatile indian vegetable dish! - A farmin Las Terrazas grows noni, a tree in the coffee family known for the bleu cheese-smell of its fruit, as an antioxidant and to fight inflammation. Noni fruit is popularly known as Indian Mulberry! The shrub of which is native to South-East and Southern Asia and Pacific Islands. The noni fruit has been used since ancient times for its medicinal properties which boost the immune system and helps in detoxification. https://thegroundtruthproject.org/alternative-medicine-blooms-cuba/

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