John Crellin assesses popular home remedies from amulets to Zam-Buk ointment, revealing traditional - often ingenious - ways of coping with common health problems. Home Medicine is both a comprehensive reference to folk cures and self-treatment and a social history of pharmaceutical practices and products in Newfoundland.Agents and Actions 6: 454-9. Walker ... A Comprehensive Manual and Self Care. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin. Whorton, J.C. 1981. aThallion!!! Anatomy of a Pseudoethical Proprietary.a Pharmacy in History 23: 114-25. - I982. Crusaders for Fitness.
|Author||:||J. K. Crellin|
|Publisher||:||McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1994-09-07|