When growing up in the former Soviet Union (now Russia) the Author was exposed to natural medicine. That time the Russians pharmacies’ glass shelves and cabinets were full of such natural potions. Russian physicians, instead of drugs, very often prescribed “herbal compound” to patients. These were old good times. Today, physicians prescribed only expensive medications.
When working in post colonial Africa, the author observed how the local population was using many types of flowers, grasses, and leaves from some trees—all to cure some illnesses. In the USA there are many stores were they are selling only herbs for different illnesses. Such store are popular with the American public.
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