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kyoo ruh tiv

  • n  a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
  • s  tending to cure or restore to health
    curative powers of herbal remedies

  • Yet in a country of 53 mil lion, where many village marketplaces have their sellers of curative herbs, peyote buttons or dried hummingbirds, the sorcerer's world is still tenacious.
  • Some people with a history of digestive-tract problems, such as Crohn's disease, swear by the curative powers of unpasteurized milk.
  • In court, the Government said that the literature had made misleading statements about the machines' curative powers and had thus violated the fed eral law against improper .
News & Articles

  • Edison teaches swimming to special needs students
    The healing power of water has been well-documented in history, from Hippocrates using water to treat illness and disease to the Egyptians bathing in the Nile for its curative effects and the Romans lounging in public baths to detoxify.
    June 5, 2013 - Orange County Register

  • Martin Yan in Chicago Tribune
    The ancient Chinese believed the number five had curative powers, and ...... [five-spice powder] probably began as an herbal medicine,Martin Yan writes in his "Culinary Journeys Through China."
  • Aidan Delgado in Sarasota Herald-Tribune
    The whole nature of this is that the health service has really got to change in its next 60 years from being the curative service - where it's done so much good - to being also a preventative service and one that's not simply a uniform service, but... Gordon Brown BBC News Jan 6, 2008 24201 32471 curative But Delgado said he is determined to press on with the message that violence has no magical curative powers."

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