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|Language Note:||Text chiefly in English. Includes terms and phrases in romanized Ukrainian, as well as Appendix V, a table entitled: Modified Library of Congress (MLC) transliterations of the Ukrainian alphabet into the English alphabet, for terms and phrases used in the text.|
|Description:||xxv, 265 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Immigration and settlement --
Ancient healing practices --
Ukrainian folk healing traditions --
Healers in Ukrainian settlements --
Homestead health concerns --
Health conditions treated --
Homestead healing resources --
Traditional healing practices --
Traditional healing preparations --
Conditions treated with home remedies.
"Early Ukrainian settlers didn't have the luxury of running to the doctor for every cut or sniffle. Instead, they looked in their gardens for their own medicinal remedies to cure infection, fevers
- Medicine, Traditional -- methods
- Ukraine -- ethnology
- Ukrainians -- Medicine -- Prairie Provinces.
- Traditional medicine -- Prairie Provinces.
- Ukrainian Canadians -- Medicine -- Prairie Provinces.
- Canadiens d'origine ukrainienne -- Médecine -- Provinces des Prairies.
- Ukrainiens -- Médecine -- Provinces des Prairies.
- Médecine populaire -- Provinces des Prairies.