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  • noun Plural form of curandero.

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Examples

  • Any physician has a perfect right to prescribe these drugs, as have also the "curanderos" and even the laity, with this difference, however, that the physician is capable of observing results and guiding himself by the physiologic action of the drugs.

    The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines

  • The "curanderos" know a great deal concerning these uses, but become very reticent as soon as they are questioned about them.

    The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines

  • Hewson includes portraits of "curanderos" (healers) and paintings of the myths and legends of the jungle centered around plant-healing shamanism.

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  • Hewson includes portraits of "curanderos" (healers) and paintings of the myths and legends of the jungle centered around plant-healing shamanism.

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  • In other cultures, there are other types of healers (such as curanderos) and how our ethics may apply to them is unclear.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • "curanderos," what uses they make of their plants.

    The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines

  • This three day event features workshops given by curanderos (native healers), herbalists, and other native specialists in various traditional practices and beliefs involving alternative or traditional medicine.

    The Huichol: more personal reminiscences

  • This three day event features workshops given by curanderos (native healers), herbalists, and other native specialists in various traditional practices and beliefs involving alternative or traditional medicine.

    The Huichol: more personal reminiscences

  • The old man told me that his youngest son was presently going to the university in Mexico City because Carlos Esparza, the greatest of all curanderos, had come through their village half a dozen years ago, encouraging the youth to learn the ways of the Europeans.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • The old man told me that his youngest son was presently going to the university in Mexico City because Carlos Esparza, the greatest of all curanderos, had come through their village half a dozen years ago, encouraging the youth to learn the ways of the Europeans.

    Crazy Loco Love

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