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2012-09-07 23:00:55

Could the potency and mystery of ancient healing tradition provide medicine for the illnesses and alienation of modern culture? Healing Camp at the Blue Deer Center provides a rare connection

2012-06-21 23:00:11

Ready to explore the healing power of indigenous spiritual medicine in an intimate and restorative setting? Experience first-hand the potency of ancient Shamanic healing traditions at The Blue

2012-04-19 23:00:37

Taught by Eliot Cowan, the founder of The Blue Deer Center and author of Plant Spirit Medicine, this experiential week-long course in Plant Spirit Medicine is designed for anyone who’s interested

2009-10-27 09:13:29

Alcohol abuse is a leading cause of liver cirrhosis in Mexico. Given that genetics likely play a role in high rates of alcoholic liver disease, researchers analyzed the polymorphisms of alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH1B), aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH2) and cytochrome P4502E1 (CYP2E1) in two groups in Mexico: the Mestizos, those with mixed genes, and the Huichols, an indigenous group with no racial admixture.

2006-07-03 03:30:44

By Frank Jack Daniel PUEBLO NUEVO, Mexico (Reuters) - A few men and women slouch against adobe huts, listening through a crackly public address system to a speech in the Huichol Indian language from a candidate in a big hat and a bright patterned cotton suit.

2006-07-01 16:02:58

Corrects name of town in paragraph 12 to Pueblo N

2006-06-30 07:40:00

A few men and women slouch against adobe huts, listening through a crackly public address system to a speech in the Huichol Indian language from a candidate in a big hat and a bright patterned cotton suit.


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